The number of victims of Typhoon «Centres» in Japan rose to two people

© REUTERS / KyodoТайфун Centres in port of Yonabaru on the southern island of Okinawa, Japan. 29 Sep 2018The number of victims of Typhoon «Centres» in Japan rose to two people© REUTERS / Kyodo

At least two people were killed, two missing in Japan due to Typhoon «Centres», 24-th in a row this year, reported the TV channel NHK.

Earlier it was reported about one killed and over 100 injured.

According to the channel, the victim recorded in the prefectures of Tottori and Yamanashi. The search for two more people are also being held in Tottori Prefecture, and Miyazaki Prefecture.

In 19 prefectures of Japan injured 127 people.

Typhoon «Centres» struck Japan on Sunday, passing with strong wind gusts and rain throughout the country from Okinawa to Northern Honshu. In Tokyo, a hurricane, the speed of which exceeded 160 kilometers per hour, made itself felt in the night on Monday and the verse after 03.00 (21.00 Sunday GMT). Visible effects in addition to the broken branches of trees and billboards in the Japanese capital is not observed.

Authorities have ordered the evacuation of 3.8 million people across the country in connection with the threat of landslides and floods. In advance were canceled trains, including high-speed «Shinkansen» between Tokyo and Osaka.

International airport «Kansai» in Osaka, which was flooded in September during the Typhoon «Gabi», was again closed, canceled more than 1 thousand flights. About 450 thousand homes in Tokyo and surrounding area were left without electricity.

The number of victims of Typhoon «Centres» in Japan rose to two people© Infographical worst natural disasters of the XXI century

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