MANGKHUT: Dramatic footage of the strongest storm on earth
Monday, September 17, 2018, 1:11 PM - Hong Kong's financial district began cleaning up Monday, after Typhoon Mangkhut roared through the region sporting winds over 200 kilometres per hour and forcing the relocation of 2.45 million people in Guandong, China alone.
There have been widespread reports of enormous damage in parts of China and the Philippines, were at least 50 people were killed.
(READ MORE: Updates on Typhoon Mangkhut HERE)
Video after video has emerged of construction equipment, homes and cars being tossed around by the strong winds and torrential rain.
Here's a look at one of the strongest typhoons in recent memory.
VIDEO: MANILA STREET FLOODED AS TYPHOON MANGKHUT POUNDS THE PHILIPPINES | 09.15.18
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VIDEO: TERRIFYING MOMENTS CAUGHT ON CAM AS TYPHOON MANGKHUT LANDS IN SOUTH CHINA
VIDEO: 200-YEAR-OLD PINE TREE IN PHILIPPINES DESTROYED IN LANDSLIDE CAUSED BY MANGKHUT
(MORE: Typhoon Mangkhut updates HERE)