China has dispatched nearly 400 armed police personnel to the frontline of quake relief following a 6.0-magnitude earthquake that hit Luxian County of Luzhou City, southwest China's Sichuan Province, on Thursday.
Members of the Chinese People's Armed Police Force (PAP) Henan Contingent withdrew from Jun County, Hebi City, central China's Henan Province on August 1, after completing the flood control and disaster relief tasks there. Thousands of local residents spontaneously lined up to see off the troops.
A rescue unit of the PLA Rocket Force deployed large power generation vehicles, large water tankers and communication equipment to help the Fuwai Central China Cardiovascular Hospital in flood-hit Zhengzhou City in central China's Henan Province restore its power supply, water supply and internal communication.
Zhengzhou City, the provincial seat of Henan in central China, has finally embraced a sunny day after several consecutive days of rain. On July 23, Chen Bo, the director of the political work department of an air force station assigned to the PLA Air Force stationed in Henan, got up early at 4 a.m. He received an order to carry out road dredging operations on five main roads in the urban area of Zhengzhou City with his 148 comrades.