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Duration2004/8/27-8/31 The typhoon Chaba (T0416) struck Japan, causing major damages across the country, especially in western Japan. 14 people were dead and 3 people were missing.
Country or DistrictJapan

Headline(Source, Date)
Personal Injury Material Damage Others
Cabinet Office, White Paper on Disaster Management (2005) 2005/06/01
Death: 14
Missing: 3
Injured: 288

Collapsed houses:
35 total collapse
133 half collapse
8,909 partial damage

Flooded houses:
14,565 over the floor
32,266 under the floor

Evacuation order or advisory to the total of 189,619 residents
Fire Situation Report by FDMA of Japan (as of September 2, 2004)
Dead 11,
Missing 3
Seriously Injured 31,
Lightly Injured 213

Collapsed Houses 93,
Inundated Houses 44,248

Situation Report by FDMA of Japan (as of August 31, 2004)
Dead 6,
Seriously Injured 22,
Lightly Injured 112

Collapsed Houses 28,
Inundated Houses 2,821

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