What happens if the president doesn't accept the election results? They were terrified to find the service road through the paddies had become a rushing river. The deaths included a man in his 70s who was blown to the ground from his apartment in Osaka prefecture. CTRL + SPACE for auto-complete. Another passenger, Miki Yamada, a 25-year-old office worker planning a trip to Thailand with her friend, said she spent the night at an airport cafeteria, Kyodo said. Strong winds sent the huge tanker crashing into a bridge at Kansai airport leaving thousands of travellers completely stranded. The airport is built on two artificial islands in Osaka Bay, and the high seas flooded one of the runways, cargo storage and other facilities, said the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism. Around 16,000 people spent the night in shelters. Elsewhere, more than 1.6 million households lost power in Osaka.
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"When I look at the picture, I know my house was here. Be in the know. Video posted on Twitter showed a small part of the roof of Kyoto train station falling to the ground. A 36-year-old man, Keita Otsuki, paused to speak with reporters where his childhood home once stood. He showed reporters a fragment from a family photo he pulled from the mud.
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"We will do our best to get the airport functioning again," he said.
Authorities had advised more than 1 million people to evacuate and cancelled hundreds of flights as Japan braced for Typhoon Jebi, its strongest storm since 1993, which slammed into Shikoku island around midday before continuing north to Kobe on Japan’s main island of Honshu towards the Sea of Japan. This morning, boats were ferrying thousands of stranded passengers to the mainland while footage showed a caravan of buses making a perilous trip across the damaged bridge. More than 77 deaths have been blamed on the storm, and hopes were fading fast that any of the approximately 10 people still listed as missing would be found alive. Here's Everything New on Netflix in November 2020—And What's Leaving, This Map Shows How America Voted in Every Election Since 1824, You can unsubscribe at any time. Tweet. Thousands remained in shelters on Thursday, often shivering through the night as temperatures drop. Under sunny skies Wednesday morning, they left by boat or were transported by buses across an intact road on the damaged bridge. Live Updates: Trump and Biden make last-minute appeal on eve of election, South Dakota attorney general "distracted" before deadly crash, Eddie Hassell, "The Kids Are All Right" actor, killed in Texas, "Devastating" Hurricane Eta heading for Central America, Why White evangelical support for Trump goes beyond his policies, At least 19 killed in attack on an Afghan university, Johnny Depp loses libel case against tabloid's "wife-beater" story, Future of gig workers could hinge on California ballot vote, Battleground Tracker: Latest polls, state of the race and more, 5 things to know about CBS News' 2020 Battleground Tracker, CBS News coverage of voting rights issues. TOKYO -- One of Japan's busiest airports remained closed indefinitely after the strongest typhoon to hit Japan in at least 25 years flooded a runway and other facilities while damaging other infrastructure and causing at least 11 deaths as it swept across part of Japan's main island. First published on September 5, 2018 / 4:42 AM.
Tokyo escaped a direct hit but Kyoto was drenched with around 100mm (3.9 inches) of rain. Major beverage maker Kirin Co suspended production at its brewery in Kobe, according to Kyodo News agency.
In 2011, Typhoon Talas killed at least 82 people in the area, while in 2013, a storm that hit south of Tokyo left 40 people dead. By. Updated: September 5, 2018 12:27 AM ET | Originally published: September 4, 2018 11:55 PM EDT. Get the latest breaking news delivered straight to your inbox. Be in the know. The Universal Studios Japan theme park in Osaka closed for a second day Wednesday but said in a news release it would reopen Thursday.
A worst-case simulation, with torrential rain and tidal flooding hitting the Japanese capital simultaneously, found that a third of the city would be submerged, including the Ginza — Japan's Fifth Avenue — and Marunouchi, the heart of Japan's finance and corporate district. Heavy rain, possible thunder and hail as week gets off to wild start, Everyone over the age of 10 to be tested for COVID-19 in Slovakia to avoid lockdown, Some one million evacuated as super typhoon batters Philippines, * Sign up to the Extra..ie survey panel to trial free products and win prizes for your opinions!
The death toll from Typhoon Jebi has risen to 11, with more than 600 people injured in the most powerful storm to hit Japan in 25 years. Use of this site constitutes acceptance of our, Eleven Dead as Typhoon Jebi Batters the West Coast of Japan.