Cyclonic Storm ‘Haishen’ Extends To South Korea After Striking In Japan
Tokyo: The powerful cyclonic storm is moving towards South Korea after the devastation in Japan. According to information, japan had a powerful cyclonic storm for the second time within about a week in which several buildings were damaged, nearly five lakh houses were electrified and 20 people were injured in the south Japan islands. the twenty-sixth consonant of the Devanagari syllabary
Yes, after the devastation, the storm moved towards South Korea on Monday. Traffic in south Japan has still stalled after the storm passed. Bullet trains are suspended, on Monday also, domestic flights to southwest Japan have been canceled. Japan’s meteorological agency warned that despite the storm moving north, strong winds could move and heavy rains could occur.
大型で非常に強い #台風10号 の影響で、九州地方では雨や風が強まっています。#鹿児島県 で撮影された視聴者映像をまとめました。雨風により、道路標識が揺れている様子や、波が堤防を越えている様子が確認できます。引き続き暴風や高波、大雨などに警戒して早めの避難を心がけるようにしてください。 pic.twitter.com/ICeWborYEk
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On Monday morning, cyclonic storm ‘ Haishen ‘ reached near the southeastern coast of South Korea with a speed of 144 kilometers per hour. In Chinese, ‘Haishen’ means ‘sea god’. Haishen is the second powerful storm that is moving towards the Korean peninsula through South Japan. Earlier, the cyclone ‘ Maysak ‘ had damaged houses and other buildings, and many people were injured due to its grip.