Hundreds of people stay overnight at Chiba evacuation center where power failure continues.
In Chiba Prefecture, where power outages have continued in a wide range due to the impact of Typhoon No. 15, many residents spent the night at evacuation centers. In some areas of the prefecture, the effects of power outages are increasing, such as deciding to close elementary and junior high schools on the 10th.
In Chiba Prefecture, blackouts continued in a wide area due to the influence of Typhoon No. 15, and lighting, air conditioners and refrigerators could not be used.
In summary of Chiba Prefecture, 11 evacuation centers were established for 26 municipalities including Chiba City, Kimitsu City and Minamiboso City.
As of 8 pm on the 9th, several hundred people, including about 90 people in Chiba City, about 45 people in Ichihara City, and about 40 people in Kimitsu City, were evacuated, and many people spent the night in the evacuation center. It was.
In the public hall of the evacuation center established in Chuo-ku, Chiba City, the evacuated people were resting their bodies with cushions.
60s woman had said, "the house came to the shelter because by not not hot. It is anxiety because the prospect of the restoration of a power failure has not been informed."
A man in his 50s said, “The home is not only a power outage but also a water outage and the toilet is not usable. I was relieved to come to the shelter because it was inconvenient.”
Kimitsu City closed all public elementary and junior high schools in the city on the 10th, and Ichihara City also closed some elementary and junior high schools and canceled afternoon classes. .