In Zhejiang Province, Lekima damaged harvests and 34,000 homes. The direct economic loss amounts to 1
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Radio broadcasts from the state broadcaster CCTV showed rescuers on boats in Linhai City, where the roads were completely submerged.  Lekima has now traveled through Shanghai and is expected to arrive in Shandong Province on Sunday.
Shanghai has evacuated around 250,000 inhabitants.
More than 3,200 flights were canceled due to the typhoon between Shanghai, Beijing and other ground-based cities.
It's the ninth typhoon of the year, the Xinhua News said – but the strongest storm in years. Originally, it received the highest weather warning in China, but was later downgraded to an "orange" level.
According to Chinese weather forecasts, the storm, which had a wind speed of 187 km / h when landing, moved 15 km / h to the north.
It used to be past Taiwan, bypassing its northern tip, causing a handful of injuries and some property damage.
Lekima is currently one of two typhoons in the western Pacific.
Further east, typhoon Krosa spreads heavy rains in the Northern Mariana Islands and Guam. It moves northwest and could hit Japan next week, forecasters said.