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Japan : Typhoon : 2014/10/12
GLIDE: TC-2014-000142-JPN  DRR & Disaster Information

Duration 2014/10/12
Country
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District
Japan
Name Typhoon
Outline Typhoon Vongfong, the strongest storm to hit Japan this year battered the southern islands of Kyushu and Shikoku early on 13 October 2014, brought heavy rain to Tokyo and caused extensive travel disruption. At least 59 persons were injured.

Summary
Human Impact Physical Impact Others
Cabinet Office 2014/11/06
Killed: 3
Seriously injured: 23
Slightly injured: 73
Halfly collapsed houses: 6
Partially damaged houses: 128
Inundation above floor level: 102
Inundation below floor level: 734
Nonresidential buildings: 17

Cabinet Office 2014/10/15
Killed: 3
Seriously injured: 21
Slightly injured: 73
Halfly collapsed houses: 3
Partially damaged houses: 50
Inundation above floor level: 31
Inundation below floor level: 267
Nonresidential buildings: 17

Cabinet Office 2014/10/14
Killed: 2
Seriously injured: 21
Slightly injured: 69
Halfly collapsed houses: 3
Partially damaged houses: 44
Inundation above floor level: 26
Inundation below floor level: 249
Nonresidential buildings: 17

Cabinet Office 2014/10/14
Killed: 1
Injured: 75
Halfly collapsed houses: 3
Partially damaged houses: 42
Inundation above floor level: 25
Inundation below floor level: 182
Nonresidential buildings: 15

Cabinet Office 2014/10/13
Seriously injured: 10
Slightly injured: 42
Halfly collapsed houses: 4
Partially damaged houses: 9
Inundation above floor level: 1
Inundation below floor level: 5
Nonresidential buildings: 3

Cabinet Office 2014/10/12
Seriously injured: 4
Slightly injured: 23
Halfly collapsed houses: 1
Partially damaged houses: 4
Inundation below floor level: 4
Nonresidential buildings: 4


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