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Japan: Flooding, landslides in Japan leave at least 100 dead, hardest-hit Hiroshima area

Japan: Flooding, landslides in Japan leave at least 100 dead, hardest-hit Hiroshima area: Well, you all should know that a powerful typhoon killed around 9 people in western Japan and an airport company started transferring the people or other stuck stranded passengers by boats, public broadcaster NHK said on Wednesday. Also, the reports are coming that more than a million homes were without power. Sources are saying that Jebi, or “swallow” in Korean, was briefly a super typhoon and is the most powerful storm to hit Japan in 25 years.

You all should know that it follows heavy rains, landslides, floods and record-breaking heat that killed hundreds of people this summer. Some reports are coming that 3,000 tourists stayed overnight at Kansai airport in the heavily populated south-central area of Japan’s main island, Honshu. You all should know that the television footage showing people lining up to buy food and drinks at a convenience store in the airport.

Sources are saying that Airport official being transferring the stranded passengers to nearby Kobe airport and rescuing them if they need to. You all should know that it could take several days to a week to reopen Kansai airport depending on the damage, the Yomiuri newspaper quoted an unidentified person in the airline industry as saying.

Some reports are indicating that the Kansai airport depending on the damage, the Yomiuri newspaper quoted an unidentified person in the airline industry as saying. You all should know that the damaged traffic boards and telecommunication relay poles are seen after they were brought down by strong winds caused by typhoon Jebi in Osaka. Japan’s JXTG Nippon Oil & Energy Corp shut at least one of the refining units at its 135,000 barrels-per-day Sakai refinery in Osaka in western Japan.