Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Asian Games Safety Contingency Plan Unveiled

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GUANGZHOU, Oct 22 (Bernama) -- The Guangzhou Quality Supervision Bureau launched a contingency plan to deal with any emergencies around the clock if the host Guangzhou is threatened by any disasters, Xinhua news agency reported.

The Typhoon Megi, which said to be a threat against south China's Guangzhou, the host of upcoming Asian Games, appeared to ease and officials reported that the Games will be safe from the typhoon.

Apart form Typhoon Megi, astronomical tide will sweep the mouth of the Perl River on Saturday.

"The mixture of the two powers will be considerably strong", said the official with the Ocean Bureau of Guangzhou.

According to the lasted weather forecast, the water level at the mouth of Perl River will rise by about 50cm, exceeding the alert water level.

"But we are well prepared for the worst, Asian Games will be held on time and in good quality", the official said.

The offcial added that the host city is closely watching this super power.

The Guangzhou Asian Games will start on Nov 12.


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