Golf-ball sized hail batters Chinese town

Last updated 05:00 10/06/2012
Reuters

Andrew Raven reports

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A town in north eastern China has been hit by golf ball sized hail in a storm that lasted only 20 minutes but damaged crops and buildings.

Residents described it as a ''once in a lifetime'' storm, saying they had never seen anything like it.

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