Aw Cheng Wei
THE STRAITS TIMES | July 23, 2021
Issues raised by netizens include why TV station failed to provide public safety info.
Questions are being raised online in China on whether sufficient warnings were issued ahead of the deadly flooding in Henan that has claimed 33 lives so far.
Another eight people are missing and nearly 400,000 people have been relocated following heavy rain from last Saturday.
The single deadliest incident recorded so far involved a flooded underground subway carriage in the provincial capital, Zhengzhou, in which 12 commuters died. Video footage on social media showed commuters up to their necks in murky flood water.