Japan bracing for dangerously highly effective hurricane


Tokyo, September 4

Japan is bracing for a dangerously highly effective hurricane approaching its southern areas this weekend on the heels of an earlier storm that injured dozens of individuals within the nation and on the Korean Peninsula.

Typhoon Haishen, or Sea God in Chinese, might carry practically unprecedentedly extreme rain, tough waves, and excessive tides to Okinawa and Kyushu by early Sunday, Japan Meteorological Agency officers stated.

Agency climate forecaster Yoshihisa Nakamoto, in a televised information convention, urged individuals within the hurricane’s path to take precautions and safe further shares of water, meals, and different requirements.

The hurricane was shifting north within the Pacific Ocean at a velocity of 15 kilometres (9 miles) per hour. By Sunday, it’s projected to have winds of as much as 198 kph (122 mph).

Officials stated Haishen is akin to a September 1959 hurricane that killed greater than 5,000 individuals in central Japan.

Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga stated the federal government is organising a disaster response staff and urged individuals to take precautions “to protect your own lives.” He stated water was being launched from 9 dams in Nagasaki, Kagoshima and different southwestern prefectures to decrease the danger of flooding.

Typhoon Maysak hit the area earlier this week, injuring dozens of individuals, slicing energy to 1000’s of houses and inflicting different harm.

A search continued Friday for a livestock cargo ship carrying 43 crew members and 5,800 cows from New Zealand that capsized through the hurricane. Rescuers have discovered just one survivor, a chief officer from the Philippines. — AP



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