As of Monday night, 126 people were considered dead, more than 60 were believed to be missing. READ MORE: Evacuation Recommended to Over 55,000 Japanese Due to Approaching Typhoon Maria According to the cabinet secretary, the authorities have received about 100 alerts from witnesses who said they saw floodwater washing away a car with people inside. Meanwhile, some 23,000 people have been ordered to evacuate from the town of Fuchu in Hiroshima Prefecture — one of the most disaster-affected areas — after a river burst its banks, the NHK broadcaster reported. Floodwater from the swollen Enoki River inundated the town, according to local authorities. — Robin Lewis (@robintlewis) 9 июля 2018 г. — Global Reports (@GlobalReport4) 9 июля 2018 г. Heavy rain poured down on the southwest and center of Japan earlier this month, causing flooding and landslides. About 1,800 people were evacuated from the affected areas by Monday night, more than 11,000 people were staying in special shelters. Power was cut in over 20,000 households.
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