The fastest cyclonic storm in 25 years, 8 deaths, 800 flights canceled in Japan
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The fastest cyclonic storm in 25 years, 8 deaths, 800 flights canceled in Japan

September 5th, 2018 at 7:58 am by Ayush Rawal

On Tuesday in Japan, the most powerful storm of the last 25 years came. Due to strong winds and heavy rains in the country so far 8 people have died, while many others have been injured.

The wind blew up the roofs of the houses, the trucks standing on the bridges turned and took the tanker ship standing in Osaka Bay with them. Kansai International Airport was cut off from the main island due to the collision of a tanker and the bridge reached the bridge. Because of this, nearly 3,000 people have been trapped. 800 flights have been canceled.

Airport officials say that they are estimating the damage to the bridge, even though they did not say that the passengers can go to their destination.

Due to strong winds and high waves, water was flooded at the airport and many flights had to be canceled. Cyclonic storm Jb came in 216 kilometers per hour in the afternoon in western Japan. This area has been recovering from the fierce rains in summer this year.

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe urged the people to evacuate as soon as possible and instructed them to take all necessary measures to save the residents from their government.

Ayush Rawal September 5, 2018 7:58 am

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