Typhoon Hagibis: More Than 110,000 Rescuers Deployed After Worst Storm in Decades

Typhoon Hagibis_ More Than 110,000 Rescuers Deployed After Worst Storm in Decades

More than 110,000 individuals are participating in search and rescue activities after Typhoon Hagibis struck Japan on Saturday. The hurricane – the most exceedingly terrible tempest to hit the nation in decades – has left at any rate 40 dead, with 16 missings.

Storm Hagibis likewise caused the retraction of three Rugby World Cup coordinates yet a key match among Japan and Scotland proceeded. Japan won 28-21 to arrive at the quarter-finals because of the same.

The hurricane has debilitated and moved away from land yet has left a trail of destruction. A huge number of cops, firemen, coastguards, and military are attempting to come to those caught via avalanches and floods.

The tropical storm battered eight prefectures crosswise over Japan, with wind velocities of up to 225km/h (140mph). In the focal prefecture of Nagano, a group of rescuers wearing snorkels and goggles started searching for survivors in high water.

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Claude Denni was born and raised in San Jose. Claude has worked as a journalist for nearly a decade having contributed to several large publications including the Daily Democrat here in Californiar and NPR. As a journalist for Coastal Morning Star, Claude covers national and international developments.

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