Typhoon Megi hit China on Saturday, sending hundreds of thousands fleeing as it made landfall in the southeastern province of Fujian, state media reported, according to CNN. About 270,000 people have been evacuated, Xinhua news agency said. The fourth typhoon to hit China this year made landfall in Zhangzhou city. It forced the cancellation of ferry services and 79 flights in the coastal city of Xiamen, authorities said. It is expected to lose strength as it heads inland, but will bring heavy rains to southeastern provinces.