Rare tsunami tides hit north of Tokyo as tsunami warnings continue
Japan’s prime minister said Friday he’s praying for the people of the stricken nation, but said he’s not 우리 카지노 쿠폰sure the latest flooding would be a major concern.
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe called on residents to remain calm Saturday and urged them to stay put until emergency crews arrive to clean up the damage. The Prime Minister said he’s praying for the resi빅 카지노dents, whom he called his “favourite relatives.”
Japanese news media had earlier reported that flooding is becoming a growing problem in the town of Satsuma, which is in the southern prefecture of Aomori.
The main government building in town, which was sealed Thursday night, was heavily damaged Monday. Many businesses and homes were flooded, including a public park that has been closed down by authorities. A large wooden boat was seen anchored near the entrance to the river today in the port town of Toyama.
A report from Japan’s Kyodo news agency said one of the most damaging plagues in recent memory has forced over 700,000 households to flee their ho포커 룰mes. Tens of thousands have also been evacuated, the news agency added.
“When residents don’t know where they are anymore…there should be no doubt of the severity of the emergency,” Abe said in response to a reporter’s question during a public address by chief cabinet secretary Yoshihide Suga late Friday.
A man carries a cardboard box as he and other residents seek shelter from the recent tsunami inundations at a makeshift school in Satsuma, Japan, on Sept. 17, 2016. (Photo: Kyodo, AP)
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe listens during a discussion in the Cabinet Chamber on the situation in Satsuma, Japan, on September 17, 2016. (Photo: Kyodo, AP)
The Japan Meteorological Agency says at least 1,082 people died in the earthquake, tsunami and cyclone in the northeastern prefecture of Fukushima on Friday.
Fukushima residents are mostly confined to shelters, the Associated Press reported. At least 469 people died in that town.
The disaster struck Japan as the country heads into its fifth day of nuclear disaster. A magnitude 7.2 quake struck off Fukushima Prefecture at 1:43 a.m. ET on Thursday, killing at least six people and injuring 300. The quake struck about 15 miles north of the crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant.
The U.S. Geological Survey says there was “a tsunam