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Tropical Storm in Japan on Wednesday, 20 June, 2012 at 10:17 (10:17 AM) UTC.

 
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Tropical Storm in Japan on Wednesday, 20 June, 2012 at 10:17 (10:17 AM) UTC.
Typhoon Guchol - which takes its name from the Micronesian word for the plant turmeric - struck land south of Osaka shortly after 5 pm on Tuesday and travelled north along the island of Honshu at a speed of 40 mph before merging into the Pacific Ocean on Wednesday morning. The weather system recorded winds gusting up to 110 mph, the equivalent force of a category 3 hurricane, but it has weakened since making landfall, The Japan Meteorological Agency said. The typhoon was accompanied by torrential rainfall. The town of Kitaibaraki, north of Tokyo, recorded 2.2 inches of rain an hour early Wednesday. Authorities ordered more than 150,000 people in the path of the storm to evacuate homes that were considered at risk of high waves, storm surges or landslides. Some 10,400 people living in the town of Ishinomaki - devastated by the tsunami triggered by last year's Great East Japan Earthquake - were among those told to evacuate as the typhoon coincided with a high tide. The man who was killed has been named as Kentaro Yamamoto, 53, who died when a prefabricated building was blown on top of him by strong winds in the town of Numazu, south of Tokyo. Rescue teams are searching a river in Yamanashi Prefecture, west of Tokyo, for girl aged 16 who was reported missing late on Tuesday evening. At least 450 domestic and international flights were cancelled, affecting 35,000 passengers, while bullet train services were halted for safety reasons, leaving thousands of passengers stranded. Local trains were also halted or delayed and some roads were closed due to landslides or damage to bridges. Another storm system is approaching southern Japan, the fifth of the season. Typhoon Talim is expected to make landfall on Friday.


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Re: Tropical Storm in Japan on Wednesday, 20 June, 2012 at 10:17 (10:17 AM) UTC.
No one gives a fuck about this story anymore because fuck all is going to happen and we are fed up of hearing about fuckishima if something was going to happen it would only kill tens of thousands of you american bunch of cunts anyway and that wouldn't be a bad thing get a life and move along nothing to see here
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Re: Tropical Storm in Japan on Wednesday, 20 June, 2012 at 10:17 (10:17 AM) UTC.
Thanks for the update, 777

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