BEIJING -- A typhoon struck mainland China on Tuesday after lashing Taiwan, where it killed two, injured hundreds and left hundreds of thousands without power or water.
Typhoon Dujuan passed through Taiwan for three hours on Monday night, bringing high winds and rain. More than 100 flights in China's southern province of Fujian were cancelled and trains suspended as the storm approached and crossed over the mainland.
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