Typhoon No.15 Citizen's voice "There is no water. The situation of Chiba is not transmitted" September 10, 16:44
A woman in her twenties living in Tateyama City, Chiba Prefecture, who was severely damaged by Typhoon No. 15, says that the hardest part is that there is no water.
The woman stocked water at home, but said that she had bottomed out around noon on the 9th.
I went to a nearby supermarket and convenience store, but the store glass was scattered and closed. We went out by car and looked for convenience stores, but it was said that water and food were almost sold out and could not be purchased.
On the night of the 9th, I cooked something that I could eat at home, soaked the water left in the towel and cooled it down to finish the hot night.
On the 10th, while the temperature exceeded 30 degrees, the woman wrote a message to SNS. “I don't have any food at the convenience store today, so I don't have any food.” He said he had a drink with carbonated water.
Women are now worried that the actual situation of damage in Chiba Prefecture may not have been communicated.
“The evacuation center was closed after the typhoon passed. I think that the elderly returned to their homes, but because of a power outage and water outage, they could n’t bathe in a hot room and eat food in an unusable refrigerator. I don't think that if someone falls down in the south of Chiba Prefecture, no one will notice it.