Typhoon Krosha, No. 10 this year, is slowly advancing toward Japan. It may be affected by the big waves caused by Corossa. There were many deaths in Japan that were unfortunately swept away by the waves yesterday. Unexpectedly, four people were killed in Kanagawa Prefecture.
Kanagawa Prefecture is located at the southwestern tip of the Kanto region and south of Tokyo. There are many tourist attractions in the area, as well as many well-known bathing beaches.
The Japan Meteorological Agency predicts that Corosa is currently located in the southern part of Japan and is heading northwest. Tomorrow, the route will turn to the north, and it will be closest to the West Japan on the 15th.
The Japan Broadcasting Association (NHK) reported that an 11-year-old girl was smashed by the sea at the beach in Odawara, Kanagawa, and her mother was unlucky to save her daughter. The Mikawa City, Manazae-machi and Fujisawa City, the same prefecture, also suffered from drowning accidents. Caused three men to die unfortunately.
The accident in Odawara City occurred yesterday morning when an 11-year-old girl who was playing at the beach was swept away by the waves. The 44-year-old mother and a nearby man were washed away when they went to the sea to save people, causing the 44-year-old mother to die.
The police said that the girl and the man were later rescued, only slightly injured and not life-threatening.
In addition, from noon to afternoon yesterday, three men were swept away by big waves when they were playing or surfing in the beaches of Miura, Manazuru, and Fujisawa.
In Kanagawa Prefecture, there have been many incidents of water deaths in one day. The local government believes that it is related to the big waves caused by Corossa in the future. The Meteorological Observatory also issued a “wave note” yesterday to appeal to the public.
The Japanese Yomiuri Shimbun reported that there were successive deaths in the waters yesterday, causing at least 15 people in Japan to die.
In addition to the above-mentioned accident at the seaside in Kanagawa Prefecture, Kurobe River in the Toyama area of Toyama City, a man with a backpack was found in the river yesterday. In Chiba, Ehime and Nagasaki, males in the second grade of elementary school were also found. A total of 11 children, including accidents at the seaside and in the river.
Japan’s highest temperature in most areas yesterday was smashed by 35 degrees Celsius. Coupled with the fact that the Bonan Festival is a holiday, many people may go to the beach to cool down.