According to the statistics of the Japan Release Association (nhk), up to now, nine people have died in Kanagawa, Takagi, Iwate, Miyagi, Fukushima, Qunma and Chiba counties, while 15 people have disappeared in seven counties, such as Fukushima and Nagano. Another 126 people were injured in 28 prefectures and counties.
The picture shows a residential area in Nagano, Japan, flooded by rivers after an aerial typhoon landed.
Haibeis ravaged Japan on December 12, causing extensive damage, hundreds of thousands of households were cut off, more than 3 million people were evacuated, record-breaking rainfall also led to flooding of rivers, flooding a large number of homes and facilities.
The destructive power of the typhoon is beyond imagination. The Meteorological Office has issued the highest-level rainstorm warning to Tokyo and other places, calling for vigilance against flood disasters. Transportation services in Japan have almost stopped, and shelters are crowded with evacuees.
Japan Meteorological Agency has warned that this typhoon is powerful and rare in Japan for 60 years. The Japan Release Association (NHK) also pointed out that Heibeth or causing unprecedented damage, is not based on past experience to deal with.