Typhoon Haishen now hits Ulsan city of South Korea

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Typhoon Haishen Disrupts Normal Life in South Korea

On September 7, Typhoon Haishen made landfall near South Korea's Ulsan. The typhoon cut transportation services in the city and stopped the operations of two nuclear reactors. Reportedly, on September 6, the typhoon crossed Japan's Kyushu Island. It injured 50 people and disconnected electricity to over five lakh households.

Mon, 07 Sep 2020 - 03:02 PM / by Debanshi Das

Tags: Japan, South Korea, typhoon, Haishen

Over 227,000 houses in Japan are without electricity due Typhoon Haishen

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Japan: Typhoon Haishen Causes Blackout to 227,000 Houses in Kyushu Islands

According to the Kyushu Electric Power Company, Typhoon Haishen has caused blackout to more than 227,000 homes in the southern part of Japan's Kyushu region on September 6. It is also considered to be the strongest typhoon to hit Japan in decades. Around 1.8 million people have been ordered to evacuate the area affected and move to the safer lands.

Sun, 06 Sep 2020 - 11:28 PM / by Debanshi Das

Tags: Japan, typhoon, Haishen