Record-breaking heavy rain hit the prefectures of Kumamoto and Kagoshima in the southern Japanese island of Kyushu on 4 July 2020 in the middle of the East Asian rainy season. Flooding and landslides leave 10 dead in Japan. The event is officially referred to as Reiwa ni-nen shichi-gatsu gōu (令和２年７月豪雨, "Heavy rain of July, Reiwa 2") by the Japan Meteorological Agency. Japan is the only one country most affected by natural disasters mainly due to it being in the Ring of Fire.Two out of the five most expensive natural disasters in recent history have occurred in Japan, in 1995 and 2011, costing $181 billion. The event is officially referred to as Heisei san-jū-nen shichi-gatsu gōu (平成30年7月豪雨, "Heavy rain of July, Heisei 30") by the Japan Meteorological Agency. More than 8 million people were advised or urged to evacuate across 23 prefectures.
Ehime had 419 in 2018, results were not broken down by month, but its inferred that most of these were during this major event.Throughout the affected areas at least 225 people died in various flood-related incidents,Japan sustained tremendous damage; losses reached an estimated ¥1.09 trillion (US$9.86 billion). Parts of China and Japan have seen extraordinary amounts of rain this week with... Fourteen dead in flooded Japanese care home. The Historic Flood Map is a GIS layer showing the maximum extent of individual Recorded Flood Outlines from river, the sea and groundwater springs that meet a set criteria. As of 20 July, 225 people were confirmed dead across 15 prefectures with a further 13 people reported missing. 1938 Great Hanshin flood Heavy Rain, Landslide and Flood 5 Jul 1938: Around Mount Rokkō … 1997 Central European flood, the worst flood in Polish history hits the country in July 1997, killing 65 and causing extensive damage to Wroclaw and Opole. Fourteen of the victims wer… (time is shown on the bottom left) Japan floods Devastating floods in China and Japan. At 5 AM, As of 9 July 2020, 60 people are confirmed dead and approximately a dozen are reported missing.Fourteen of the dead were residents in a flooded old age home in Kuma, Kumamoto.Following overnight rains, authorities instructed more than 75,000 residents to evacuate in the prefectures of Kumamoto and The Kuma River overran its bank in eleven different locations and breached one levee.The flooding has also disrupted economic activity in Kyushu, an important manufacturing area in Japan. 2018 Japan floods: Japan: 2018 146 203+ 2017 China floods: China: 2017 147 200–600 Chungar landslide, flood, avalanche Peru: 1971 148 200+ 2008 South China floods: South China: 2008 148 200 Pamir Mountain area, mud and rock slides, torrential rain Tajikistan: 1992 150 199 Santa Catarina, Tubarão, torrential heavy rain Brazil: 1974 150 199 Losses to public infrastructure, including levees, railways, and roads, amounted to ¥465 billion (US$4.21 billion).Approximately 54,000 personnel from police departments, fire departments, the Helicopters and boats were utilized by rescuers to retrieve individuals trapped on rooftops and balconies.
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It is the d… In late June through mid-July 2018, successive heavy downpours in southwestern Japan resulted in widespread, devastating floods and mudflows. One woman from Heavy rain disaster that occurred in July 2018 in JapanRadar animation of the event from 3–8 July nationwide; the animation starts with An emergency heavy rain warning is issued in advance of extreme rain events with the potential of being "the worst in decades". Social media have been employed to let authorities and family and friends know about the individuals' conditions. Multiple areas saw their greatest one-hour and three-day rainfall totals on record.As the rain lessened on July 9, high temperatures reaching 30 °C (86 °F), coupled with some 11,200 households without electricity, raised concerns over Hiroshima prefecture alone had 1,243 mudslides in 2018, which is more than the entire nation's total in an average year.
As a result of flooding and landslides, 77 people were confirmed dead (includes 1 death due to cardiopulmonary arrest) and approximately seven are missing. It shows areas of land that have previously been subject to flooding in England. In August 1996, 86 people died due to a flood in Las Nieves camping, in Biescas, Spain. On 4 July 2020, heavy rain caused flooding in the southern Japanese island of Kyushu. Companies including Evacuees and local officials raised concerns regarding emergency shelter given the simultaneously ongoing On 7 July, Japanese authorities warned that further heavy rains are expected in Kyushu.Changing of rain-fall distribution in Kumamoto Prefecture Japan has also been the site of some of the 10 worst natural disasters of the 21st century. Damage to agriculture, forestry, and fishery industries reached ¥629 billion (US$5.69 billion).