Typhoon Hato Knocks Out Window Panes at Hong Kong's Hang Seng Bank

StoryfulWeatherPublished: August 24, 2017
Published: August 24, 2017

Typhoon Hato slammed southern Mainland China, Hong Kong and Macau on August 23, flooding streets, overturning cars and severely damaging roads and structures in multiple cities. In Hong Kong, Typhoon Hato’s arrival caused the city’s observatory to raise the typhoon 10 signal – the highest out of Hong Kong’s eight storm warnings. This is the first time a number 10 signal has been issued since 2012. This footage shows missing window panes on the Hang Seng Bank building in Hong Kong’s Central neighborhood. The South China Morning Post reported that the broken glass from the bank covered four westbound lanes on Connaught Road. Credit: Instagram/zwen92 via Storyful

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