Four people have died in Nagoya, including a 66-year-old man who fell from a roof Tuesday while trying to fix a stuck duct, city authorities said. Two
other people -- a fourth-grade boy and an 84-year-old man -- were missing in Gifu prefecture, authorities said.
People in the Tokai and Kanto regions should be prepared for heavy rain Wednesday, Kanda said, adding that the Kanto region may be most affected
The center of Typhoon Roke, which had sustained winds of up to 167 kph (103 mph) Wednesday morning, could hit Japan's Tokai region, which includes
Nagoya city -- or the Kanto region, which includes Tokyo -- in the afternoon, Japan Meteorological Agency chief forecaster Yutaka Kanda said at a news
Typhoon Roke approaches Japan, expected to make landfall midafternoon Wednesday
4 deaths in Nagoya attributed to storm
About 1 million people have been urged to evacuate Nagoya
Several flights canceled; some trains not running
Folks, I feel bad for Japan, pray for them because
that is about all we can do from our seats.
This typhoon has not even hit yet and four people are already dead.
How much more can Japan take..
I am not Japanese but I would be getting the hell out of there if I was them,.
They should follow all evacs..
Hang in there Japan we are all thinking about you!!
edit on 21-9-2011 by popsmayhem because: (no reason given)