Typhoon In Japan Leaves Two Dead
A deadly typhoon in Western Japan has left two dead and dozens of flights grounded. The typhoon, dubbed “Typhoon Nangka” triggered floods and forced over 200,000 people to evacuate their homes.
Reuters reports that the typhoon moved at speeds of about 126km/hr and hit Japan’s main Island of Honshu.
The typhoon has caused dozens of flights to be grounded with two people dead and 39 people injured in its wake.