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Typhoon 19 (Hagibis) made landfall on October 10, 2019 just before 1900 local time at Izu Peninsula in Shizuoka Prefecture. In advance of the typhoon, millions of people across Japan were asked to evacuate due to the risk of landslides and flooding. Humanity Road activated it’s disaster desk on...more
Humanity Road activated its Disaster Response Team on 16 April 2016 local time in response to a 7.0 earthquake that occurred on Kyushu Island in the Kumamoto Prefecture of Japan. This quake followed a series of multiple quakes over the past several days, the largest of which was a 6.2 on the...more
Today’s report summarizes new social media info about the catastrophic rainfall and flooding in Japan.
Houses were washed away and people raced to high ground in central Japan on Thursday after a major river burst through a levee overwhelmed by torrential rains. The Kinugawa River’s banks...more