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Japan, a city of 600,000 inhabitants evacuated: Kagoshima threatened by landslides and landslides

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Last year the bad weather caused 200 deaths in eastern Japan



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03 July 2019The Japanese city of Kagoshima, 600,000 inhabitants, has been completely evacuated due to heavy thunderstorms, with more than normal rainfall in recent days. The Daily Mail writes. It is feared that the volume of rainfall may cause landslides and landslides.

From the end of June, 900 mm of rain fell according to NHK Japanese TV. Last year, more than 200 people died in the eastern part of Japan due to heavy and constant rainfall.

Source: rainews

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