In a scenario right out of the film “The Day AfterTomorrow,” Hailstones “as big as eggs” have killed 18 peopleand injured 25 in China. In one area, over 25,000 houseswere destroyed, along with local crops.

Di Fang writes in the China Daily that some of thehailstones were five inches wide. They caused over 17million dollars in damage. The storms also broughttorrential rain and high winds.

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