- The storm in Japan broke the wall of the space center
- More than 100 people have been injured
- Electricity supply remained stalled even on Thursday morning
Storm In Japan: After making landfall in southwestern Japan, the tropical storm moved toward the Pacific on Tuesday. Due to this, more than 100 people have been injured and traffic and power supply facilities have come to a standstill. Hurricane Nanmadol caused significant damage in southern Japan before moving north to Tokyo. A wall of the Japan Aerospace and Exploration Agency’s space center, on Tanegashima Island, south of the island of Kyushu, has collapsed, according to the Ministry of Economy and Industry. The damage to the building used to build the rocket was being assessed. On Monday, two people died in Miyazaki Prefecture of Japan’s southern main island of Kyushu, according to the Fire and Disaster Management Agency.
115 injured in western Japan
One person was missing in the western province of Hiroshima and 115 were injured in western Japan, the agency said. However, most of the people suffered minor injuries. According to the Ministry of Economy and Industry, more than one lakh 30 thousand houses in the Kyushu region remained out of power on Tuesday morning. However, most of the traffic facilities returned to normal on Tuesday.
Dozens of flights suspended in eastern Japan
Bullet trains and ground transport resumed operations, but dozens of flights were halted in eastern Japan. The Japan Meteorological Agency said Tuesday that the tropical storm has moved from the northern Japanese coast toward the Pacific Ocean.