Floods, triggered by Typhoon Haikui, have left around 4,000 people stranded in Dongling village in east China's Zhejiang province.
The people, who included 2,000 tourists and over 2,000 local villagers, have been taken to safety, but roads in the village were blocked and the drinking water facilities have been destroyed, forcing tourists and the villagers to drink the rainwater.
Dozens of policemen were deployed there to ensure the safety of tourists and villagers and the power supply to the village was restored on Wednesday morning.
Typhoon Haikui, has killed at least three people there and caused economic losses of more than 10 billion yuan, while 4,452 houses have been destroyed and about 184,800 hectares of cropland damaged.
Haikui is the third typhoon to wallop China's eastern coast in a week, after storms Saola and Damrey hit the region over the weekend.