Tokyo (AP) - An exceptionally violent typhoon has killed at least seven people in Japan and caused damage in many places. More than 100 people suffered injuries, as the television station NHK reported in the early morning. At least 15 people are missing. The transmitter showed aerial photographs of flooded residential areas, among other things in the province Nagano. Military helicopters and rubber dinghies have taken people from flooded homes to safety. Houses and cars were damaged, fallen trees blocked roads.
Weather: At least seven deaths from typhoon in Japan
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