Weather, Heatstroke, Typhoon, Faxai

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Heatstroke kills two in Japan post-typhoon blackout

Heat stroke kills two in Japan post-typhoon blackout

11.9.2019

Heat stroke kills two in Japan post-typhoon blackout

TOKYO: Heatstroke has killed two people in Japan, officials said Wednesday (Sep 11), as nearly half a million homes struggled with electricity ...

By Wednesday morning, some 456,000 households were still without power, Japanese utility Tokyo Electric Power (TEPCO) said in a statement.

Typhoon Faxai powered into the Tokyo region in the early hours of Monday warning, packing record winds that prompted warnings for tens of thousands of people to leave their homes.

The storm killed two people, though it caused relatively little damage in Tokyo beyond disrupting the morning commute.

Read more: CNA

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