Typhoon Hagibis Death Toll Rises to 74, Missing Not Found - Reports

Sputnik International 1 month ago

Earlier, it was reported that over 60 people were killed and 15 remained unaccounted for, while 212 have been injured.

Japan’s NHK broadcaster said in the early hours of Wednesday that at least 74 people have been confirmed dead. None of the missing have been located and emergency crews continue their search.

Typhoon Hagibis has brought heavy rains and winds to Japan, leading to over 100 landslides across the country. Thousands of homes remain submerged in water and with no electricity.


Source link
Read also:
The Sun › 2 months ago
SUPER Typhoon Hagibis is currently a huge Category 5 storm and fast approaching Japan. It has already disrupted the Rugby World Cup with England’s game against France already cancelled. What is the latest update on Typhoon Hagibis? Typhoon Hagibis...
Evening Standard › 1 month ago
The death toll from Typhoon Hagibis has risen to 40.
New York Post › Incident › 1 month ago
Japan’s death toll from Typhoon Hagibis has reached 58, as thousands of homes remained without power and temperatures were expected to drop later this week, according to public broadcaster NHK. Fifteen people are also still missing — three days...
Sputnik International › 1 month ago
TOKYO (Sputnik) - The death toll from the Typhoon Hagibis in Japan has reached 61, while 13 people are still considered missing, media reported on Tuesday.
Express › 1 month ago
THE DEATH TOLL in Japan from Typhoon Hagibis has risen to 35 since the powerful storm hit the country on Saturday evening.
The Sun › 1 month ago
TYPHOON Hagibis has killed at least 44 people in Japan with the death toll expected to rise as more than 100,000 rescuers search for bodies and survivors after the worst storm in generations devastated the country. Wading through muddy, waist-high...
CNN › 1 month ago
The death toll from Typhoon Hagibis has risen to 72 in Japan, as thousands of residents remain without power or water and evening temperatures hover around 15 degrees Celsius (59 Fahrenheit), according to public broadcaster NHK.
New York Post › Incident › 1 month ago
Typhoon Hagibis is now being blamed for 10 deaths and over 100 injuries in Japan — a day after the powerful storm made landfall and flooded Tokyo with record-breaking rain, according to public broadcaster NHK. Sixteen people are also reported missing...
USA Today › 1 month ago
Japan: Typhoon Hagibis death toll as high as 33; now a tropical storm
New York Post › 1 month ago
The death toll in the worst typhoon to hit Japan for decades continues to climb as thousands of homes remain without power or water.
Sign In

Sign in to follow sources and tags you love, and get personalized stories.

Continue with Google
OR