3 people killed 113 missing after heavy rain in Japan, risk of landslide also increased
Heavy rain in Japan has increased the risk of landslides in many places. So far three people have died in Atami and more than 100 people are missing due to the floods that came after heavy rains.
At least three people have died and more than 100 are missing after heavy rain in Japan. According to local media reports, the risk of landslides has also increased significantly after heavy rains in the central Japanese city of Atami. In southwest Tokyo, about 90 km from Atami, authorities have so far confirmed one death and 113 missing. Spokesperson Hiroki Onuma told Reuters that heavy rains and flooding on Saturday created a landslide-like situation. Due to the flood, there was a huge amount in which houses have been buried.
According to the Kyudo news agency, a woman has also died due to the landslide. This incident in Japan has once again reminded us of the natural disaster here in the form of earthquake, volcano eruption, tsunami. Let us tell you that the Summer Olympics are also to be held in Japan in this month. Due to the Corona epidemic, various things are already coming out about this Olympics. In such a situation, the occurrence of heavy rains and landslides has worked to increase the concern. According to local reports, about 130 buildings were hit by a landslide that hit Atami on Saturday morning. It is worth noting that Atami Hot is also known for many other things including its spring resort.