Floods in southern Japan 2017 death of 18


Due to heavy rains and floods in southern Japan, the number of dead has risen to 18. Today’s official officials said on Sunday that the rescue operation was continuing.

The news also said that the flooding of rivers and houses in the rainy season increased due to the rain, and one of the four main islands on the southern tip of Japan has become a cause for concern. Besides, thousands of people have been moved to the school grounds and government buildings. Some of them are in helplessness, the staff involved in urgent care to rescue them. More than 500 people are still in contact.

Official officials say 18 people have died and 27 are missing. The rain continues.

Japan’s Meteorological Agency issued a warning for heavy rains in Kyushu’s northern region.

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