Watch: 300-foot-high sand wall ‘swallowed’ Chinese city, watch horrifying video

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Beijing
The sand storms in China, surrounded by the Gobi desert, are not ending. In the latest incident, a sand wall of more than 300 feet high in Dunhuang city engulfed the entire city. The situation has become such that the whole city has stopped visible. This whole horrifying sight was in the same way as is usually shown in Hollywood movies. The sky turned orange because of the storm and the sun went into hiding. It is being told that this great storm of sand arose from the Gobi desert on Sunday. The video of this storm has been shared on social media, which is being shared a lot. It is seen that when the storm entered the city, even high-rise buildings stopped showing. After the sand storm, the police closed all the major roads and restricted the movement of people.

‘Suddenly a sand storm came’
Visibility dropped to 20 feet due to sand. According to the report of the South China Morning Post, this storm hit the city situated on the ancient Silk Route at 3 pm on Sunday. Tourists in a nearby park had no idea about the storm and all their belongings were blown away in a dust storm. This group of tourists went to Mingsha Mountain and Crescent Lake Park. The situation was such that the tourists had to gather together and wear glasses and masks to avoid the sand. A tour guide said that seeing the blue sky, we thought that we would see a beautiful evening, but suddenly a sand storm came. He said that this storm calmed down after staying for some time. Let us tell you that this city of China is known for its bad weather and standard of living. It is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

[Attribution to NBT]

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