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Media: in Japan killed more than 60 people due to floods and landslides

A week of floods and landslides caused by rains in South-Western Japan, killing 66 people, missing are 14 people, reported the TV channel NHK on the basis of prefabricated data from the field.

Rains in the center of the island of Kyushu have been going on for a week. During this time they spread to a wider area, and capturing the main Japanese island of Honshu.

In Japan, the number of victims of floods has reached 64

The number of victims of floods and landslides in Japan on the island Kyushu has reached 64 people, a search for 16 missing persons, passed on Thursday TV channel NHK.

According to him, two more are in a state of respiratory arrest and heart, but their death is not officially confirmed.

In Japan, talked about the aftermath of floods

The Ministry of defense of Japan will receive up to 20 thousand troops in the disaster area caused by heavy rains on the island of Kyushu, said Tuesday the Agency Kyodo.

According to him, currently, the floods and landslides busy 10 thousand military, but now decided to double their strength given the scale of the damage.

The number of victims of heavy rains and floods in the southwest of Japan has increased to 24

The death toll in southwest Japan due to heavy rains caused floods and landslides rose to 24, TV channel NHK.

According to 23.00 Sunday (17.00 MSK), doctors have confirmed the death of 24 people, 16 people no signs of life, but their death is not yet officially confirmed. Another 12 people unaccounted for.

In Japan, the number of storm victims has risen to 16 people

The death toll in southwest Japan due to heavy rains caused floods and landslides rose to 16 persons, transfers TV channel NHK.

According to 13.00 Sundays (07.00 GMT), doctors have confirmed the death of 16 people, 17 people no signs of life, but their death is not yet officially confirmed. Another 13 people remain missing.

In Japan, the number of victims of heavy rains has risen to seven people

The death toll in southwest Japan due to heavy rains caused floods and landslides has risen to seven people, transmits television channel NHK.

According to 10 Sunday morning (04.00 GMT), doctors have confirmed the death of seven people, and another 14 people no signs of life, but their death is not yet officially confirmed. Four people are reported missing.

In Japan due to torrential rains killed people

One person was killed, 15 are in critical condition, nine are reported missing after heavy rains caused floods and landslides in southwest Japan, told NHK television station on the basis of aggregated data from the field.

In a nursing home in Kumamoto Prefecture in the South-West of the country was discovered 14 people unconscious in critical condition. At least in 11 places there were landslides.

In Japan, because of the rains unable to evacuate more than 322 thousand people

Heavy rains in the South-West of Japan and the resulting threat of landslides has forced local authorities to declare an evacuation or give recommendations to it for 322,5 thousand people, reported the TV channel NHK on the basis of the generalized data of local administrations.

Evacuated for 227,8 thousand people in the prefectures of Kagoshima and Kumamoto. Another 35.9 thousand in Kumamoto and 56.7 thousand in Kagoshima Prefecture received the recommendation to evacuate.

In Japan due to the floods and landslides has gone missing, eight people

Eight people were missing in floods and landslides due to heavy rains in the South-West of Japan, reported the TV channel NHK with reference to the data of fire protection.

It is reported that two people stop the heart and lungs, one in serious condition.

Two people are in critical condition after landslide in Japan

Two people extracted by rescuers at the site of the landslide in the village Tsunagi in Kumamoto Prefecture, in a state of heart and lungs, reported the TV channel NHK with reference to the fire Department.

At least 13 people in Kumamoto Prefecture does not contact.

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