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Typhoon Bolaven watchers' cars engulfed by giant waves in China

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A car surrounded by water after its owner parked it on the bank to watch waves brought on by Typhoon Bolaven in Qingdao, in northeast China's Shandong province, on August 28, 2012.

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A car tipped over by a huge wave after its owner parked it on the bank to watch waves brought on by Typhoon Bolaven in Qingdao.

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People gathered to watch waves brought on by Typhoon Bolaven in Qingdao.

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Policemen gesture to a driver stranded in a car on a flooded road as waves are whipped up by typhoon Bolaven in Qingdao.

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Police trying to help remove a car surrounded by water after its owner parked it on the bank to watch waves brought on by Typhoon Bolaven in Qingdao.

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Police trying to prevent a car from being washed away.

Typhoon Bolaven, the strongest storm to hit South Korea for almost a decade, left a trail of death and damage in parts of the Korean peninsula on Tuesday and crossed into China early on Wednesday, Agence France Presse reports.

Previously on PhotoBlog: Dramatic rescue as typhoon capsizes fishing boats