The 60-foot wall of water, triggered by Typhoon Trami, crashed near the city of Haining on Thursday
The storm that triggered the surge was the 12th typhoon to hit China this year. ChinaFotoPress/Getty Images
A massive tidal wave slammed an eastern China sea wall, leaving more than 30 people injured.
The 60-foot wall of water — triggered by Typhoon Trami — crashed on the shore near the city of Haining, where onlookers gathered to watch the storm on Thursday.
Onlookers running away from a massive surge of water near the city of Haining. STR/AFP/Getty Images
It was not immediately clear how bad the people were injured. There were no reports of any deaths.
Several people struggle in a surge of water caused by Typhoon Trami, which rocked the eastern Zhejiang Province with heavy rain and 80-mph winds. STR/AFP/Getty Images
The typhoon — which caused heavy rain and 80-mph winds along the eastern Zhejiang Province — forced over 400,000 people to be evacuated from their homes and caused millions of dollars of damage.
Onlookers are washed away by a surge of water caused by Typhoon Trami. STR/AFP/Getty Images
The storm was the 12th typhoon to hit the country this year.
Spectators gathered along the shore near the city of Haining to watch the rising waters caused by Typhoon Trami. STR/AFP/Getty Images
Typhoon Trami touched land in Fujian province. ChinaFotoPress/Getty Images