A sudden storm caused 1 death and 5 injuries in the morning after the Chiba earthquake with M 5.7.

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 A sudden storm caused 1 death and 5 injuries in the morning after the Chiba earthquake with M 5.7.


China News Agency, Tokyo, Oct. 12 (Xinhua) -- affected by the super typhoon haibeisi that is about to land in Japan, a tornado like storm broke out in the morning of the 12th in the original city of Chiba County, Japan, killing one person, injuring five people, including children, and damaging more than 10 houses to varying degrees.

According to the image data of the scene, the building was seriously damaged, the wall fragments and glass fragments were scattered in one place, and the car overturned. Police found a man in a blown-over car and were taken to hospital to confirm his death.

On October 12, local time, in Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan, a typhoon brought heavy rain and flooded roads.

In addition, about 770,000 households in the county were blacked out on the morning of December 12, and Tokyo Electric Power Company is urgently investigating the causes and carrying out emergency repairs. According to the preliminary statistics of Japans fire department, there are still a number of people injured to varying degrees in various parts of Japan.

According to the Japan Meteorological Agency, the typhoon is a super typhoon once seen in decades. It is expected to land in Jinggang County or Guandong area from the evening of December 12 to the night. It will also bring about severe winds, heavy rains, flooding of rivers and other disasters. The typhoon track is in Japans cities and densely populated areas, and the damage caused by it is difficult to predict.

The Meteorological Department also issued special rainstorm warnings to Tokyo, Qunma, Saitama, Kanagawa, Yamanashi, Nagano and Jinggang counties.

A security official stands outside the temporary residence of a spectator evacuated from Typhoon Hajbiz during Formula 1 Japanese Grand Prix at Suzuka Suzuka Racing Ground in central Japan on October 12, local time. Affected by typhoon, some events of F1 Japan Station have been cancelled.

A security official stands outside the temporary residence of a spectator evacuated from Typhoon Hajbiz during Formula 1 Japanese Grand Prix at Suzuka Suzuka Racing Ground in central Japan on October 12, local time. Affected by typhoon, some events of F1 Japan Station have been cancelled.

In order to meet Haibeis, the Japanese government set up an intelligence liaison office to collect and co-ordinate typhoon-related information at the crisis management center of the Prime Ministers residence on 8 th of this month, while the Ministry of Defense mobilized 17,000 self-defense forces to be ready for rescue.

According to social media news, many supermarkets, convenience stores, food, drinking water and other supplies have been purchased by the public, which is rare in recent years when typhoons hit.