Typhoon “Hagibis” in Japan continues to take the lives of people, the number of victims is increasing
The Typhoon called “Hagibis” a few days ago struck Japan and has already claimed dozens of lives. Politeka writes, citing local media the death toll has already reached 66 people. A minimum of 15 missing persons. Rescuers are doing everything possible to find and rescue these people.
Hardest-hit Prefecture of Fukushima in northeast Japan, where 25 people were killed.
As a result of Typhoon “Hagibis” more than two hundred rivers burst their banks. The dam broke about 50 of them, which caused floods in large areas. More than 10,000 houses were damaged. Heavy rain also caused 140 landslides throughout the country.
“Still a lot of missing people”, — said the Prime Minister of Japan Shinzo Abe at an emergency meeting.
“Rescue teams are doing everything possible to find them and save them, and they are working day and night”, — he added.
While more than 110, 000 rescuers, including 31 000 soldiers, worked the land, Japanese meteorologists had expected more precipitation in the centre and East of the country and warned of the danger of new landslides and floods.
“Today rain is expected in areas affected by the disaster“, — said at a press conference, government spokesman yoshihide Suga.
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In the region of Nagano Prefecture, one of the most affected, it was raining, and the rainfall should worsen. There are fears that rains will affect the search and rescue work.
Earlier it was reported that the disaster has provoked a spill of 21 rivers on the island of Honshu. Most affected were the prefectures of Nagano, Saitama and Miyagi.
Meteorologists say that Hagibis could be the most powerful in Japan since 1958, when another Typhoon “IDA” took the lives of more than 1.2 thousand people.
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