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At least 15 dead as extreme weather hits mountain running race in China

Hail, freezing rain and high winds hit runners at high-altitude, 100km race in Yellow River stone forest in Gansu province, with five still missing

At least 20 people have died and one person is missing after hail, freezing rain and high winds hit runners taking part in a 100km (62-mile) cross-country mountain race in China.

More than 700 rescuers and army personnel were deployed to find runners caught by the storm in the race in Yellow River stone forest near Baiyin in north-western Gansu province, officials said.

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