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Update 6.7 Mag Quake Hits Japan Days After Typhoon Kills Many

Typhoon Jebi: Japan Suffers First Deaths From Storm as 135mph Winds See Major Evacuation and Flights Cancelled > Strongest Typhoon in Quarter Century Batters Japan

Forecasts for gusts as high as 135mph (216km/h) predicted as storm bears down on Shikoku and Honshu


Independent UK, 4 Sep 2018.






A truck is toppled by typhoon winds on the Seto Ohashi bridge in Sakade






At least six people have died and more than 120 were injured amid strong winds and heavy rain after typhoon Jebi made landfall in Japan.

More than one million people were ordered to evacuate and nearly 800 flights were cancelled as the powerful storm hit the country with winds of up to 129mph (208km/h).

Jebi, whose name means “swallow” in Korean, was briefly classed as a super typhoon.


High seas poured into Kansai International Airport, built on artificial islands in Osaka Bay, flooding one of its two runways, cargo storage and other facilities, and forcing it to shut down, said the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism.






High waves hit breakwaters at the port of Aki (Ichiro Sakano/Kyodo News/AP)


A passenger was slightly injured by shards from a window shattered by the storm.

A 2,591-ton tanker that was mooring slammed into the side of a bridge connecting the airport to the mainland, damaging the bridge and making it unusable, leaving about 3,000 passengers stranded at the airport, the transport ministry said.

The tanker was also damaged, but its 11 crew members were not injured and remained on board, according to the coastguard.





Kansai International Airport was left under water (Kentaro Ikushima/Mainichi Newspaper/AP)


Wind gusts of up to 129mph were recorded in one part of Shikoku, the smallest main island, with forecasts for gusts as high as 135mph (216km/h).
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Important Re: 6.7 Mag Quake Hits Japan Days After Typhoon Kills Many

Japan Earthquake: Houses Buried in Landslide After Magnitude-6.7 Tremor Shakes Northern Island of Hokkaido

Independent UK, 6 Sep 2018.





National broadcaster NHK reported a landslide buried houses in Hokkaido ( NHK/snapshot )


A powerful earthquake has hit Japan’s northern island of Hokkaido, causing a landslide that has engulfed houses.

Several people were reported injured and trapped in the rubble, while power in several areas was cut off, but there were no early reports of deaths.

The quake, which struck just after 3am on Thursday, had a magnitude of 6.7, the Japan Meteorological Agency said.

The US Geological Survey earlier said it struck some 112 km southeast of Sapporo, a major metropolitan area of 1.9 million people.

An aftershock measuring 5.3 rocked the area a short while later.

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, arriving at his office before 6 am, told reporters his government had set up a command centre to coordinate relief and rescue efforts.

Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga said Mr Abe instructed officials to find out the extent of damage and help those affected.

The Japan Meteorological Agency said the quake may have caused a small sea level change in coastal areas, but no tsunami was expected.

Japan is recovering from the worst typhoon to hit the country in 25 years, which struck the western part of the country on Tuesday, killing at least 11 and causing major damage to the region’s main airport.

Japan, which is situated on the “Ring of Fire” arc of volcanoes and oceanic trenches that partly encircles the Pacific Basin, accounts for about 20 per cent of the world’s earthquakes of magnitude 6 or greater.

On March 11, 2011, a 9.0 magnitude earthquake, the most powerful ever recorded in Japan, struck under the ocean off the coast of the northern city of Sendai. The quake set off a series of massive tsunami that devastated a wide swathe of the Pacific coastline and killed nearly 20,000.

Saturday marked the 95th anniversary of the Great Kanto earthquake, which had a magnitude of 7.9 and killed more than 140,000 people in the Tokyo area. Seismologists have said another such quake could strike the city at any time.



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