The latest damage situation
75 dead and 16 missing
The damage caused by Typhoon 19 is 75 dead and 16 missing.
More than half of the fatalities are concentrated in Fukushima and Miyagi prefectures, and serious damage has occurred in the Tohoku region.
After the 16th, rescue and search activities by the police and the SDF will continue in the affected areas.
Lifelines such as electricity have been cut off, and about 33,240 houses have lost power in Chiba and Nagano.
More than 128,400 units have been shut off.
On the 15th, 283 schools in Fukushima, Miyagi, Nagano, Tochigi, etc. were closed.
In 919 schools, there were floods in school buildings and gymnasiums, broken windows and roofs.
The impact on the railway is expected to be prolonged.
The Hokuriku Shinkansen, which is scheduled to stop driving between Nagano and Joetsu Myoko, will take 1-2 weeks to resume direct operation between Tokyo and Kanazawa.
Fierce typhoon Hagibis paralyses Tokyo, causing floods, damage across Japan#Japan #Tokyo #Hagibis #HagibisTyphoon #typhoon #TyphoonHagibis #TyphoonHagibisJapan #Typhoon19 #typhoonhaggis #typhoonjapan #PrayForJapan https://t.co/66dpMqOV9m— SkymetWeather (@SkymetWeather) October 12, 2019
The Latest: Typhoon leaves 19 dead, 16 missing in Japan - https://t.co/wxZLEFns2T - The Latest on the damage from Typhoon Habigis in Japan (all times local):3:10 p.m.Kyodo News service has reported 19 people are dead and 16 are missing after Typhoon Hagibis caused massive floo... pic.twitter.com/PKqkli6YdI— Trending Press News (@trendingpress1) October 13, 2019
Typhoon Hagibis made landfall on Saturday evening in Japan and one news agency reports 33 dead and 19 missing. Details on the damage in the link: https://t.co/CayWpcchYx— Action News Now (@ActionNewsNow) October 13, 2019