Japan was hit by the strongest Typhoon in 25 years: photo gallery
Typhoon “Jebe”, which struck the Western Japan, was the strongest over the past 25 years.
Victims of the Typhoon of steel no less than ten people, and about 300 were injured.
Due to strong winds, the tanker crashed into a bridge that connects the Kansai airport to the mainland. The result flooded the runway of the airport. Other airports canceled hundreds of flights, rail and ferry service has been temporarily suspended.
More than two million people were left without electricity. In some areas, the prefectures of Osaka, Kyoto, Hyogo, Ehime authorities recommended to evacuate more than a million inhabitants.
The Typhoon damaged buildings and overturned cars. In the city of Osaka eyewitnesses removed on video as the Ferris wheel rotates because of the strong wind.
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