The death toll following Typhoon Hagibis in Japan has left 56 people dead, 15 missing, and 204 injured, according to reports in the nation’s local media. The storm hit the country on Saturday night with winds of up to 200 km / h, causing massive landslides and floods.
At least 35 people have been killed in a devastating typhoon that hit Japan this weekend. Many others are missing. This is considered to be Japan’s most severe storm in the last 60 years. The typhoon hit shortly before 9 PM local time on the Izu Peninsula in southwestern Tokyo. It is now moving along the east coast of Japan’s main island. The wind speed of this storm has reached a maximum of 225 kilometers per hour.