Etau

Typhoon Etau – September 12

Today’s report summarizes new social media info about the catastrophic rainfall and flooding in Japan.

Houses were washed away and people raced to high ground in central Japan on Thursday after a major river burst through a levee overwhelmed by torrential rains. The Kinugawa River’s banks collapsed around midday, flooding a residential neighborhood. Nearby areas also sustained severe flooding and mudslides, the government has urged 130,000 people to evacuate the area. As of midnight (JST) on September 10th, at least eight people are still missing and 100 need rescuing.

Download Situation Reports

Sep 12 Report (JST)

Humanity Road Situation Report #2 September 12, 2015 Summary

Sep 11 Report (JST)

Humanity Road Situation Report #1 September 11, 2015 Summary

One comment on “Typhoon Etau – September 12

  1. Naturally disasters can be devastating especially in rural areas where help might be hampered by many circumstances. I just pray that the 8 missing persons are found alive.

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