People Crowd in New Taipei City Metro Entrance As Typhoon Winds Rage Outside

StoryfulWeatherPublished: July 30, 2017
Published: July 30, 2017

Typhoon Nesat lashed Taiwan on July 29, first hitting the southeastern coast of the island before sweeping north towards the capital city of Taipei. As of 8 pm on July 29, wind gusts of about 107 mph had pummeled the island, according to Taipei Times, and flood and landslide alerts were issued for 423 locations in seven counties, according to Focus Taiwan. Train services and flights were also suspended. This footage, taken in New Taipei City, shows people taking refuge from the typhoon’s winds in the entrance to the Nanshijiao MRT Station. Credit: Instagram/kirafllay062 via Storyful

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