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Japan : Typhoon : 2012/09/30

GLIDE:  TC-2012-000171-JPN

Duration 2012/09/30
Country or District Japan
Name Typhoon
Outline Powerful Typhoon Jelawat made landfall on Japan's main island on 30 September 2012, killing one man in Okinawa prefecture and injuring over 140 people in eight prefectures.
Summary
Human Impact Physical Impact Others
Cabinet Office 2012/10/05
Killed: 1
Injured: 180
Totally collapsed houses: 48
Halfly collapsed houses: 161
Partially collapsed houses: 1,596
Inundation above floor level: 166
Inundation below floor level: 780
Nonresidential buildings: 513
Cabinet Office 2012/10/02
Killed: 1
Injured: 173
Totally collapsed houses: 24
Halfly collapsed houses: 117
Partially collapsed houses: 1,059
Inundation above floor level: 126
Inundation below floor level: 428
Nonresidential buildings: 307
Cabinet Office 2012/10/01
Killed: 1
Injured: 133
Totally collapsed houses: 13
Halfly collapsed houses: 73
Partially collapsed houses: 654
Inundation above floor level: 53
Inundation below floor level: 360
Nonresidential buildings: 214

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Report/Articles

Cabinet Office 2012/10/05
Report of Cabinet Office No.3 as of 16:00, 2 October 2012

Cabinet Office 2012/10/02
Report of Cabinet Office No.2 as of 18:30, 2 October 2012

Cabinet Office 2012/10/01
Report of Cabinet Office No.1 as of 18:30, 1 October 2012

Xinhua 2012/09/30
More than 56,000 people in Nagoya and 2,000 in Mie have been ordered to evacuate as rivers overflowed their banks, while tens of thousands of people were advised to leave home for safe shelter.