Learning from the tragedies of last year, Macau residents raced to batten down the hatches for Super Typhoon Mangkhut on Saturday.
Floodgates were up in areas near the city’s inner harbour, where floodwaters taller than a man were reported last August. According to official figures, 10 people died and more than 240 were injured back then, when Super Typhoon Hato hit the casino hub. Of those who died, four were found in car parks.
One of the car parks was at Tak Hang Building, a private…