Heavy downpours have lashed several areas in south China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region over the past few days, flooding roads, triggering landslides and trapping residents there.

The mountainous Napo County in Baise City experienced multiple landslides triggered by heavy rainfall on Saturday morning which damaged roads and disrupted traffic. The local road maintenance center immediately organized repair work. As of 17:00, two sections of the damaged roads reopened to traffic with a limited traffic flow.

Sudden rainstorms caused water-logging on Saturday in the downtown area of Beihai City. As the national college entrance examination is underway, municipal workers responded immediately with drainage pumps to clear roads around the examination sites to facilitate students' travel and ensure that no one was stranded.

In Lingshan County of Qinzhou City, 13 people including seven children were trapped in a two-storey house surrounded by waist-deep floods following the torrential rain on Friday night. Upon receiving the call for help, rescuers rushed to the site to bring those trapped out of the flooded building successively with ropes, a ladder and life jackets. There were transferred to a safe place via rubber boats. All the trapped had been evacuated as of 2:00 on Saturday, with no causalities reported.