Damage caused by gusts over 160 km/h
Power poles fell in strong winds and power failed to 500,000 homes
“Unprecedented damage … recovery will take months”
Trudeau, the absence of former Prime Minister Abe and his total effort to improve
The damage caused by climate change continues across the world.
The hurricane hit the east coast of Canada, causing unprecedented damage, such as cutting electricity to 500,000 homes.
This is the report from Lee Dong-heon.
Hurricane Fiona hit the Atlantic coast of eastern Canada on the 24th local time.
Fiona, which claimed the lives of at least eight people in the Caribbean earlier last week, was weakened by a tropical cyclone, then re-energized by a hurricane when it made landfall in Canada.
At an instant of over 160 km/h, a force of wind blew, uprooting trees and overhanging the trees, and the roof of the silo was blown off.
Electricity poles collapsed in various places, cutting power to 500,000 homes.
[피터 그렉 / 캐나다 전력회사 CEO: 위험한 작업 조건과 광범위한 피해를 고려할 때 일부 가구는 며칠 동안 정전이 계속될 것입니다.]
Canadian disaster authorities estimate it will take several months to recover from unprecedented damage, such as houses collapsing and facilities collapsing in strong winds.
As the damage was so severe, Prime Minister Trudeau canceled the presence of the former Prime Minister of Japan, Shinzo Abe, and announced that he would mobilize the army to recover the damage.
[쥐스탱 트뤼도 / 캐나다 총리 : 도로가 유실되고 가옥이 무너진 것을 우리 모두가 보고 있습니다. 매우 강력하고 위험한 폭풍입니다.]
Around 5 pm local time on the 25th, ‘Super Typhoon’ Noroo made landfall on Polo Island, 60 km east of Manila, the capital of the Philippines.
With strong winds of up to 195 km/h, Roe is the most powerful typhoon to hit the Philippines this year.
Thousands of islanders were evacuated before landing, ships and planes were grounded, and schools and government offices were closed.
This is YTN Lee Dong-heon.
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