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Japan, Typhoon Hagibis: 110,000 rescuers at work from Saturday

110,000 rescuers have been working tirelessly since Saturday after the terrible typhoon Hagibis hit Japan.

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Japan, Typhoon Hagibis: 110,000 rescuers at work from Saturday

Typhoon Hagibis hit Japan hard last Saturday causing at least 40 deaths. At the moment 16 are missing. Due to the typhoon three Rugby World Cup matches were also canceled.

Fortunately, the typhoon moved away from the town but left rubble and destruction behind it. Many volunteers are working tirelessly to find the missing and clean up the city from the rubble.

A typhoon that comes at a time when the typhoon season should be over. In recent years, however, according to a study published in 2015, typhoons that hit the east coast of Asia are increasingly strong and frequent.

Although Japan is prepared to face typhoons of this intensity, Hagibis has managed to do much damage and kill many people. If cities like Tokyo, in fact, are very advanced, areas like Nagano, Shanghai and Manila are less prepared to face such a typhoon.

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