Super typhoon kills 1, injures 69 in Japan, Kishida postpones US visit – Teller Report

Executive summary:According to the Japan Broadcasting Association (NHK), at noon on the 19th local time, this year’s No. 14 super typhoon “Nanmadu” has killed one person and injured at least 69 people in Japan.

According to the Japan Broadcasting Association (NHK), at noon on the 19th local time, this year’s No. 14 super typhoon “Nanmadu” has killed one person and injured at least 69 people in Japan.

Affected by the super typhoon “Nanmadu”, severe weather such as strong winds and heavy rain occurred in many places in Japan. Many people were blown down by the strong winds, and some people suffered fractures. In addition, disasters such as mudslides and road flooding occurred in many places.

In addition, the typhoon also delayed the overseas trip of Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida. Fumio Kishida postponed his trip to New York to attend the United Nations General Assembly on the 19th to the 20th.

According to the report, on the 20th, the area from west to north of Japan is expected to be generally affected by “Nanmadu”.

According to Kyodo News, “Nanmadu” made landfall near Kagoshima City in Japan on the 18th and headed north, and almost the entire Kyushu region was involved in the storm area.

Original title: Super typhoon causes 1 death and 69 injuries in Japan, Kishida postpones US visit

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