Details of Disaster Information


Japan : Typhoon, Heavy Rain : 2014/08/09
GLIDE: TC-2014-000106-JPN  DRR & Disaster Information

Duration 2014/08/09
Country
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District
Japan
Name Typhoon, Heavy Rain
Outline Typhoon Halong lashed Japan on 9 August 2014, bringing heavy rainfall. Authorities ordered the evacuation of over half a million people.

Summary
Human Impact Physical Impact Others
Cabinet Office 2014/08/18
Killed: 6
Missing: 0
Seriously injured: 14
Slightly injured: 74
Totally collapsed houses: 10
Halfly collapsed houses: 10
Partially damaged houses: 680
Inundation above floor level: 1,562
Inundation below floor level: 4,402
Nonresidential buildings: 554

Cabinet Office 2014/08/15
Killed: 6
Missing: 0
Seriously injured: 14
Slightly injured: 74
Totally collapsed houses: 10
Halfly collapsed houses: 12
Partially damaged houses: 670
Inundation above floor level: 1,539
Inundation below floor level: 4,333
Nonresidential buildings: 415

Cabinet Office 2014/08/14
Killed: 6
Missing: 0
Seriously injured: 14
Slightly injured: 74
Totally collapsed houses: 9
Halfly collapsed houses: 12
Partially damaged houses: 623
Inundation above floor level: 1,533
Inundation below floor level: 4,223
Nonresidential buildings: 415

Cabinet Office 2014/08/13
Killed: 5
Missing: 1
Seriously injured: 14
Slightly injured: 73
Totally collapsed houses: 9
Halfly collapsed houses: 11
Partially damaged houses: 577
Inundation above floor level: 1,509
Inundation below floor level: 3,695
Nonresidential buildings: 404

Cabinet Office 2014/08/12
Killed: 5
Missing: 1
Seriously injured: 13
Slightly injured: 67
Totally collapsed houses: 7
Halfly collapsed houses: 7
Partially damaged houses: 366
Inundation above floor level: 929
Inundation below floor level: 2,165
Nonresidential buildings: 280

Cabinet Office 2014/08/11
Killed: 5
Missing: 1
Seriously injured: 10
Slightly injured: 61
Totally collapsed houses: 6
Halfly collapsed houses: 8
Partially damaged houses: 257
Inundation above floor level: 709
Inundation below floor level: 1,751
Nonresidential buildings: 78

Cabinet Office 2014/08/10
Killed: 4
Missing: 2
Seriously injured: 8
Slightly injured: 46
Totally collapsed houses: 5
Halfly collapsed houses: 2
Partially damaged houses: 88
Inundation above floor level: 696
Inundation below floor level: 1,648
Nonresidential buildings: 14

Cabinet Office 2014/08/10
Killed: 4
Missing: 1
Seriously injured: 5
Slightly injured: 28
Totally collapsed houses: 3
Halfly collapsed houses: 2
Partially damaged houses: 73
Inundation above floor level: 693
Inundation below floor level: 1,629
Nonresidential buildings: 10


Related Links
Report/Articles
  • Cabinet Office 2014/08/18
    Report of Cabinet Office as at 18:00, 18 August 2014 (For Typhoon Nakri and Halong, from 30 July)
  • Cabinet Office 2014/08/15
    Report of Cabinet Office as at 18:00, 15 August 2014 (For Typhoon Nakri and Halong, from 30 July)
  • Cabinet Office 2014/08/14
    Report of Cabinet Office as at 21:00, 14 August 2014 (For Typhoon Nakri and Halong, from 30 July)
  • Cabinet Office 2014/08/13
    Report of Cabinet Office as at 12:00, 13 August 2014 (For Typhoon Nakri and Halong, from 30 July)
  • Cabinet Office 2014/08/12
    Report of Cabinet Office as at 12:00, 12 August 2014 (For Typhoon Nakri and Halong, from 30 July)
  • Cabinet Office 2014/08/11
    Report of Cabinet Office as at 12:00, 11 August 2014 (For Typhoon Nakri and Halong, from 30 July)
  • Cabinet Office 2014/08/10
    Report of Cabinet Office as at 21:00, 10 August 2014 (For Typhoon Nakri and Halong, from 30 July)
  • Cabinet Office 2014/08/10
    Report of Cabinet Office as at 12:00, 10 August 2014 (For Typhoon Nakri and Halong, from 30 July)
  • Japantiems 2014/08/10
    A powerful typhoon that brought strong winds and heavy rain to western Japan moved out to sea Sunday afternoon 10 August, leaving at least nine people dead, two missing and dozens injured.
  • Japantimes 2014/08/09
    The Meteorological Agency issued a warning for heavy ran in Mie Prefecture, prompting two towns to order about 570,000 residents to evacuate due to a fear of flooding from swollen rivers. Among the areas that experienced strong rains was Owase, Mie Prefecture, with an hourly rainfall of 85 mm.
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