Raging flood waters pour over Hukou waterfall in China

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Huge torrents of water have created spectacular views at the Yellow River’s Hukou Waterfall, as the flow rate peaked after heavy rain in the upper reaches in recent days.

Located on the border of north China’s Shanxi Province and northwest China’s Shaanxi Province, the Hukou Waterfall is the second largest waterfall in the country.

Formulated waterfall groups stretch for hundreds of meters.

Raging flood waters pour over Hukou waterfall in China

Huge torrents of water have created spectacular views at the Yellow River's Hukou Waterfall, as the flow rate peaked after heavy rain in the upper reaches in recent days.

Massive amounts of rain created large and small flood peaks and formed groups of waterfalls measuring hundreds of meters.  The waterfalls attracted tourists flocking in to watch the view.

Photo by CFP

Photo by CFP

Story by CCTV NEWS.