Unrelenting rain causes more than 100 landslides, traps residents in floodwaters in southern China.
It trapped about 1,360 residents in floodwaters and killed at least seven people in China's south.
Typhoon Haikui hit southern China eight days ago and has since been downgraded to a tropical storm.
But unrelenting rain continues to deluge southwestern Guangxi.
Incessant storms in the last three days in most areas of Yulin city caused 115 landslides that destroyed roads, uprooting trees, inducing floods.
Following its delivery, the first C-295 aircraft is expected to make its way to India soon.
Three people remain missing and rescue operations were ongoing.