Typhoon Trami Hits Japan: 2 Dead and More Than 120 Injured (Heart-Wrenching Photos and Videos)

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At least 2 dead and more than 120 injured after Trami hit Japan. Read the details on Nexter.org

Source: JMA

In a nutshell:

  • 2 dead and more than 120 injured after Trami hit Japan on Sunday;
  • Kansai International Airport is seen after service being shut down due to Trami in Izumisano, Osaka;
  • The brought fierce winds and heavy rain to the areas;
  • The natural disaster caused travel disruption bullet: train services were suspended, more than 1,000 flights canceled;
  • The first victim died in the landslide in Tottori and the second one drowned in high waters in Yamanashi;
  • One person (a 60-year-old woman) was reported missing;
  • 750,000 houses have lost power due to the weather conditions;

Photos and videos: 

“We saw incredible winds and rain. I stepped outside the city hall in the afternoon, and the rain was swirling in very strong wind. Enormous wind.

“It was difficult to stay standing. It was very scary,” said Yuji Ueno, an official in the town of Shirahama.

Typhoon Trami bears down on Japan

WATCH: Trami ripped through Japan on Sunday with fierce winds and torrential rain, causing cancellation of more than 1,000 flights and suspension of bullet train services.(Video: APTN, Reuters)

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“The airport is closed. There are very few people around and all the shops are shut. It’s really deserted,” added  British businessman Richard Swart.

“It’s actually quite warm outside, very windy and with very heavy rain,” the businessman added.

AccuWeather Meteorologist Rob Richards said: ” Kong-rey will travel across the Philippine Sea over the coming days and gradually strengthen.”

Source: EPA

“After threatening the Ryukyu Islands, scenarios for Kong-rey’s expected track around the start of next weekend range from the targeting Taiwan and/or eastern China or curving northeastward to mainland Japan or the Korean Peninsula,” he added.

More Sayaka, a Japanese weather forecaster, tweeted: “A lot of wind records have been broken in Tokyo last night due to Trami”.

Source: AFP

Loki Maseru, a Tokyo resident, tweeted: “Morning of October after last night’s and it’s a hot day in Tokyo.

“Trains have started their service but limited or late including Yamanote Line. Getting into the station, getting on the train is still difficult.”

Source: AFP

One Twitter user living in central Japan tweeted: “ Trami was passing near my house. The max instantaneous wind speed was 57.6 miles per hour.”

Source: AFP


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