Visibility Was Reduced Due To Snow Storm In Japan

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On Tuesday, 134 vehicles collided on Japan’s Tohoku Expressway. Visibility was reduced due to snowfall here. The drivers could not even see anything. Due to this, the vehicles clashed. One person was killed and many injured in these accidents.

The government has issued a statement saying that these accidents happened in the northern area of ​​Miyagi. Due to this, vehicles got stuck on the road about one kilometer long. However, in view of the snowfall, the administration had stopped driving at a speed of more than 50 km per hour. It also did not benefit because of the icy storm.

Disaster Management Agency said that 200 people have been rescued from the spot. Of these, 12 had to be sent to the hospital. The rescue operation is currently underway.

Heavy snowfall in Japan this time

Parts of Japan are experiencing heavy snowfall in unusual ways. There have been three snowstorms in a month. Several areas had accumulated snow up to 7 feet due to the storm that came last week. Many houses and vehicles were buried in snow. More than 1200 trucks were stranded on the Honshiku National Highway.

If the situation worsened, the authorities brought blankets and food for the people trapped in these vehicles. During this, Fujiwara city has received more than two meters of snow in three days. It is considered to be the highest snowfall in history.

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