Tama River Swells with Typhoon Lan Floodwaters

StoryfulWeatherPublished: October 22, 2017
Published: October 22, 2017

Rain and sediment from Typhoon Lan caused the Tama River to swell on October 23, as seen in this video of Fuchu, Japan. The storm made landfall overnight on October 22 into October 23. The Tokyo Metropolitan Disaster Management Division warned citizens in the metro-Toyko area of “sediment-related disaster” and mudslide warnings. Credit: YouTube/bcmp_misc via Storyful

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