Hong Kong Cleans Up After Typhoon Haima Shuts Trading, Schools

  • Storm deals city a glancing blow after pounding Philippines
  • More than 700 flights disrupted, with 13 injuries reported

A man jogs along the Victoria Harbour as Typhoon Haima approaches Hong Kong early on Oct. 21.

Photographer: Anthony Wallace/AFP via Getty Images

Hong Kong was picking up fallen trees and fixing disrupted flight schedules Friday after Typhoon Haima shut financial markets, schools and shops across the city.

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