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Typhoon Jehi worst hit in Japan after 25 years

Typhoon Jehi worst hit in Japan after 25 years
Typhoon Jehi worst hit in Japan after 25 years
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Tokyo sources reported that at least nine persons have been killed by Typhoon Jebi, the worst storm to hit Japan in 25 years. Meanwhile it has left a trail of destruction across the west coast, hitting cities like Kyoto and Osaka. Furthermore as of Wednesday, evacuation advisories had been issued for more than 1.2 million people after the storm made landfall on Tuesday afternoon.



Moreover an official said as many as 3,000 people stranded at the Osaka's Kansai International Airport were being ferried by boat to another airport on Wednesday. Furthermore the travelers were stranded at the airport, which is built on an artificial island, after a tanker crashed into the bridge connecting it with the mainland and the airport had seen its runways and basements flooded and will remain closed all Wednesday.

Typhoon Jehi worst hit in Japan after 25 years

As per report “Flights, trains and ferries were cancelled. The winds are slowing down and moving north, but people are being urged to stay alert for landslides and floods”. Further more than 30,000 people were given stronger but still not mandatory evacuation orders, the Fire and Disaster Management Agency said. Footage on social media showed the 100 metre tall ferris wheel in Osaka spinning rapidly in the storm despite being switched off.

Typhoon Jehi worst hit in Japan after 25 years

Typhoon Jehi worst hit in Japan after 25 years
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