In another part of Shizuoka, a road collapsed from the heavy rainfall, and rescue efforts were underway, they said. Japanese media reports said one man managed to crawl out of a truck that got stuck but another man was missing.
Separately, three people were injured in a mudslide in Shizuoka, according to a prefectural police spokesperson.
Rivers swelled in Shizuoka’s Hamamatsu city, where video shared on social media showed cars wading through watery streets. News footage showed an underground passage for pedestrians at a train station flooded with muddy water. Because trains stopped temporarily, about 1,000 people were stranded at an arena in Shizuoka where a concert was held Friday night.
The storm is the latest toafter have caused several deaths and damage in recent weeks.
Talas was headed toward Tokyo and hammering a wide area around the capital with heavy showers. Landslide warnings were issued along the storm’s path.
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