People take shelter from Super Typhoon Haishen in Japan’s Kagoshima prefecture on September 6 (Photo: Kyodo/VNA) Tokyo (VNA) – Two Vietnamese interns have gone missing after Super Typhoon Haishen swept through Kyushu Island, southwest of Japan, on early September 7, the Vietnamese Consulate General in Fukuoka prefecture confirmed. The interns were working at the Aioigumi Joint Stock Company in Miyazaki prefecture, located on Kyushu Island. Prior to the landing of Haishen, concerned that the two interns’ accommodation near the company might be unsafe in the storm, the director suggested them to take shelter at his house, which was also the firm’s office and had stronger structure. However, the Consulate General said, the powerful typhoon triggered a landslide on a mountain there, making this house collapse into the bank of a nearby river. The two Vietnamese interns, together with the director’s wife and child, went missing as a result. Meanwhile, the director was injured and hospitalised. Japanese authorities are searching for the missing. Vietnamese Consul General in Fukuoka Vu Binh said shortly after being notified of the incident, the Consulate General has promptly carried out citizen protection measures. It has also worked with and received active coordination from relevant agencies of Japan… Read full this story
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