Severe damage Typhoon No. 19 revealed The impact on the lifeline was October 15th 4:57
Typhoon No. 19 has been severely damaged. Summarize the situation and the impact on the lifeline.
58 deaths 15 unknown 211 injuries (NHK summary)
NHK compiled through various broadcasting stations, and the number of people who died due to the damage of Typhoon No. 19 exceeded 50 people nationwide, reaching 58 people. Also, 15 people are missing.
The one who died
▽ 18 people in Fukushima
▽ 12 people in Kanagawa Prefecture,
▽ 10 people in Miyagi Prefecture,
▽ 4 people each in Tochigi Prefecture and Gunma Prefecture,
▽ Two people each in Saitama, Shizuoka, Iwate and Nagano
▽ One person in Ibaraki and Chiba prefectures.
In addition, 15 people are missing in 6 prefectures including Kanagawa and Fukushima prefectures.
In addition, 211 people are injured in 32 prefectures.
The dike broke down in 37 rivers and 52 locations, including a total of 181 rivers
According to a survey conducted by the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism, the “breakdown” that caused the river bank to break due to heavy rain caused by Typhoon No. 19 occurred in the evening of the 14th, and that it reached 52 locations in 37 rivers in 7 prefectures in total. It was.
In the rivers managed by the country, levee breaks were confirmed in a total of 12 of the seven rivers.
▽ Abukuma River is Hamao, Sukagawa City, Fukushima Prefecture ▽ Yoshida River is Ayukawa, Ogocho, Miyagi Prefecture ▽ Miyako River is Hayamatsu, Higashimatsuyama City, Saitama Prefecture ▽ Koshibe River is Masayo, Higashimatsuyama City, Saitama Prefecture, and Hiratsuka Nitta, Kawagoe City ▽ Nakagawa, Naka City, Ibaraki Prefecture Shimoedo, Hitachinomiya City Noguchi and Isehata ▽ Kuji River is Tomioka, Shiobara, Shimomachi, Hitachi Omiya City, Ibaraki Prefecture ▽ Chikuma River is Hoho Nagano City
In these 12 places, concrete repair blocks are installed and covered with a sheet that blocks water so that river water does not overflow.
In addition, levee breaks have been confirmed at 40 rivers in 32 rivers managed by 7 prefectures.
▽ Fukushima Prefecture has 14 rivers ▽ Miyagi Prefecture has 5 rivers ▽ Ibaraki Prefecture has 1 river ▽ Tochigi Prefecture has 8 rivers ▽ Saitama Prefecture has 2 rivers ▽ Niigata Prefecture has 1 river ▽ Nagano Prefecture has 1 river
In addition, the rivers managed by the country were confirmed to be flooded by overtopping from the embankment, including ▽ Abukuma River, Tama River, Chikuma River, Kinu River, and Yoshida River.
In rivers managed by the city or prefecture,
▽ 1 river in Aomori Prefecture ▽ 3 rivers in Iwate Prefecture ▽ 16 rivers in Miyagi Prefecture ▽ 30 rivers in Fukushima Prefecture ▽ 4 rivers in Yamagata Prefecture ▽ 18 rivers in Gunma Prefecture ▽ 2 rivers in Gunma Prefecture ▽ 23 rivers in Tochigi Prefecture ▽ Saitama 23 rivers in prefecture ▽ 5 rivers in Tokyo ▽ 3 rivers in Kanagawa prefecture ▽ 5 rivers in Yamanashi prefecture ▽ 5 rivers in Niigata prefecture ▽ 14 rivers in Nagano prefecture ▽ 27 rivers in Shizuoka prefecture ▽ 2 rivers in Mie prefecture
Flooding due to overflow has occurred in 181 rivers in 16 prefectures, causing inundation damage.
Approximately 8000 houses flooded (NHK summary)
As NHK compiled through local broadcasting stations, the impact of Typhoon 19 has hitherto caused at least approximately 8000 houses to be flooded in the country, and more than 800 houses have been partially or partially damaged. It was.
▽ Floor flooding 4431 buildings in 16 prefectures such as Nagano and Tochigi prefectures ↓ Floor flooding 3797 buildings in 21 prefectures such as Shizuoka and Saitama prefectures ▽ Completely destroyed 72 buildings in 7 prefectures such as Chiba ▽ Partially damaged Tokyo and Kanagawa 821 buildings in 20 prefectures
However, there are areas where the detailed situation has not been confirmed at this time, and the damage may increase further.
Earth and sand disaster 140 cases in 19 prefectures
According to the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism, there have been 140 landslide disasters such as debris flows and landslides caused by heavy rain caused by Typhoon No. 19 in at least 19 prefectures as of the evening of the 14th.
Due to the typhoon caused by this typhoon, landslides in Toyama, Gunma Prefecture, collapsed and flowed into houses, and three people living in the two houses died.
▽ 43 cases in Saitama Prefecture
▽ 15 cases in Shizuoka Prefecture,
▽ There are 12 cases in Iwate and Niigata prefectures.
Water outage: More than 138,000 units in 13 prefectures
According to the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare, due to the impact of Typhoon No.19, as of 5:00 pm on the 14th, more than 136,680 households have been shut down in 13 cities and prefectures.
Each one that is shut off
▽ 45,400 units in Iwaki City, Fukushima Prefecture, 23,255 units in Soma City, Shinchi Town, Minamisoma City, 4300 units in Tamura City, 1680 units in Shirakawa City
▽ 15,000 houses in Hitachi-Omiya City, Ibaraki Prefecture, 7958 houses in Daigo Town,
▽ In Shizuoka Prefecture, 9407 houses in Atami City and Kannami Town, where the prefecture manages water supply,
▽ Tochigi Prefecture, 4,000 units in Nasu Karasuyama City, 1800 units in Tochigi City, 1300 units in Kanuma City,
▽ 3353 units in Marumori Town, Miyagi Prefecture,
▽ In Tokyo, there are 3100 units in Okutama Town and Hinode Town where the city manages water supply.
▽ In Kanagawa Prefecture, 3620 units are located in Sagamihara City, where the prefecture manages water supply.
▽ There are 2698 houses in Tateshina Town in Nagano Prefecture.
other than this,
▽ There are also water outages in some areas of Iwate Prefecture, Gunma Prefecture, Saitama Prefecture, Chiba Prefecture, and Yamanashi Prefecture.
Power outage at about 24,600 units in Tokyo Electric Power jurisdiction (11:30 pm on the 14th)
Under the influence of Typhoon No. 19, power outages continue in some 24,600 units in 7 prefectures in Tokyo Electric Power.
In the Kanto region and part of Yamanashi prefecture within TEPCO's jurisdiction, power outages continued at about 24,600 units at 11:30 pm on the 14th.
Among them, last month's typhoon No. 15 caused a long-term blackout. ▽ In Chiba Prefecture, Tateyama City, Minamiboso City, etc., together with 19,700 units,
▽ In Kanagawa Prefecture, a total of 2200 units in Sagamihara City and Kawasaki City,
▽ In the Tokyo Metropolitan area, there are 1000 power outages in Setagaya Ward and other places.
▽ 700 units in Ibaraki
▽ 500 units in Gunma Prefecture
▽ 400 units in Tochigi Prefecture
▽ In Yamanashi Prefecture, power outages continue in 100 units.
In addition, power outages continue in some parts of Saitama Prefecture.
TEPCO says that approximately 90% of these areas are expected to recover by the 16th.
On the other hand, the power outage in Shizuoka Prefecture was resolved by the announcement on the website.
TEPCO calls for not using electrical products that have been submerged in water other than turning off the circuit breaker, as there is a risk of electrical leakage if the building is flooded.
Chubu Electric Power outage of about 21,000 households in Nagano Prefecture (as of 8pm on the 14th)
In Nagano Prefecture due to the impact of Typhoon No. 19, as of 8:00 pm on the 14th, 21,910 units were out of power, mainly in the northern and eastern parts of the prefecture. Chubu Electric Power intends to eliminate power outages by about 90% of the number of power outages during peak hours by the 15th.
The power outage that continues in Nagano Prefecture has reached 21,910 units in 22 municipalities as of 8:00 pm.
▼ 5440 units in Karuizawa
▼ 4680 units in Nagano City
▼ 3830 units in Saku City
▼ 2110 units in Sakuho Town
▼ 1800 units in Hadano,
▼ 1000 units in Miyota
▼ It is 800 units in Ueda City.
Chubu Electric Power is proceeding with the restoration work with about 11,000 people, and by 90 days, about 90% of the peak number of power outages in Nagano Prefecture was about 63,000 units, eliminating power outages and flooding the rivers. Even in areas where it takes time to work, such as flooding, we would like to complete the recovery by 17th of this month.
Chubu Electric Power wants you to check the company's website for the latest restoration status, and if the building is inundated, there is a risk of fire due to electric leakage, so be careful not to turn off the breaker and approach the disconnected wire Is calling for.
Power outage at approximately 1600 Tohoku Electric Power jurisdictions (as of 11 pm on the 14th)
As a result of Typhoon No. 19, there were approximately 1600 outages in Tohoku Electric Power's jurisdiction at 11 pm on the 14th in Miyagi, Iwate and Fukushima prefectures.
▽ In Miyagi Prefecture, there are 1300 units in Marumori Town and Ogo Town.
▽ In Iwate Prefecture, there are 100 units in Miyako City.
▽ In Fukushima Prefecture, power outages continue at 200 units in Iwaki City.
According to Tohoku Electric Power Co., Ltd., some areas will take some time to recover due to inundation and fallen trees caused by river flooding.
Tohoku Electric Power is calling attention to cut off the breaker and keep away from broken wires because there is a risk of fire due to electric leakage if the building is flooded.