Floods kill 37 and affect 1.9 MILLION as rainstorms cut off roads and rail in Beijing
Death toll reaches 37 after city battered by heaviest downpour in 60 years
Disaster has affected 1.9 million and is estimated to have caused almost one billion pound worth of damages.
The torrential rain saw roads submerged and caused blackouts across Beijing
Residents took to the internet to express their anger over the city's 'flawed' infrastructure.
Devastation: The rain and flooding in Beijing is estimated to have caused around one billion pounds worth of damages
Urban flooding: China's flooding problems are not limited to Beijing - this picture shows waterlogged streets in Gaogiao township in Dongxing district in Neijiang, in southwest China's Sichuan province at the weekend
Record rainfall: Two men watch as emergency services try to retrieve a damaged bus left submerged in a flooded car park after storms hit Beijing at the weekend, leaving 37 people dead
Submerged: This picture taken in Chongqing in southwest China over the weekend shows people wading along a flooded street
Chaos: Cars can be seen floating in floodwaters surrounding a residential building in Beijing, following fierce rainstorms over the weekend
Wreckage: Flash floods receded to reveal cars left piled up in a ditch in Fangshan district in Beijing at the weekend
Bereft: A Beijing family try and salvage their belongings from their damaged home after a storm wreaked havoc in the city at the weekend
Deluge: Non-stop rain saw roads turned into rivers in the city, with parts submerged in up to 17 feet of water
Swept away: A vehicle washed away by flooding in Fangshan district in Beijing can be glimpsed still partially submerged in the muddy rainwater
Disaster: Cars remain partially submerged in rainwater in the aftermath of heavy storms that hit Beijing, China at the weekend