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Japan: At least 19 dead after Typhoon Hagibis hammers Japan

2 114 13.10.2019 Инфо

W/S Onlookers watch rescue workers use boats to travel on flooded road, Kawagoe
M/S People stand filming floodwaters with phones
M/S Onlookers and flooded road
M/S Vehicles partially submerged in floodwaters
M/S Rescue workers on boat in flooded road
W/S Flooded road and block of flats
M/S Rescue workers on boat in flooded road
M/S Onlookers stand in front of flooded road
W/S Rescue workers in boat
M/S Rescue workers disembarking from boat
W/S Flooded road
W/S Traffic reverses away from flooded road
M/S People look out over flooded road
M/S People with bikes next to road
M/S People look out over flooded road
M/S People look out over flooded road
M/S Police car drives down road
M/S Emergency services personnel
M/S Emergency services personnel stand in road next to ambulance
M/S People waiting in road next to ambulances
W/S Drone footage revealing extent of flooding *NO SOUND AT SOURCE*
W/S Drone footage revealing extent of flooding *NO SOUND AT SOURCE*
W/S Drone footage revealing extent of flooding *NO SOUND AT SOURCE*
W/S Drone footage revealing extent of flooding *NO SOUND AT SOURCE*
W/S Drone footage revealing extent of flooding *NO SOUND AT SOURCE*
W/S Drone footage revealing extent of flooding *NO SOUND AT SOURCE*
SCRIPT
At least 19 people have been killed after one of the most powerful typhoons in decades hammered Japan on Sunday.
Footage from Kawagoe, a city 31 kilometres (19 miles) northwest of Tokyo, shows emergency services personnel using boats to rescue stranded residents as well as extensive flooding of roads and buildings in the area.
Over a dozen people are also reportedly missing in the aftermath of Typhoon Hagibis with some 14,000 homes left without running water and 376,000 without power, as rescue and reconstruction efforts get underway in the wider Kanto region.