More than 30,000 homes left without power in southern Japan due to typhoon

By | August 31, 2020
More than 30,000 homes left without power in southern Japan due to typhoon

It is also reported that at least four people were injured
At least 31,450 homes in Okinawa Prefecture in southern Japan have lost power due to downpours and squally winds caused by a typhoon engulfing the region. This was reported by NHK on Tuesday.

In addition, at least four people were injured. The disaster also led to the shutdown until 12:00 (06:00 GMT) on September 1 of the terminal of the local Naha International Airport.

At the moment, the typhoon is moving towards China. The wind speed in its central part is 45 m/s.

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