Typhoon ‘High Sun’ that Hit Kyushu in Japan

Typhoon ‘High Sun’ that Hit Kyushu in Japan

As the Typhoon High Ship passed through the eastern coast of Jeju this morning (7th), heavy rain poured in and strong wind blew.

Due to the typhoon, 17 flights were canceled at Jeju International Airport yesterday, and flight 241, which had been scheduled for this morning, was canceled.

In addition, the operation of 15 passenger ships on 9 routes from Jeju, connecting Usu-yeong, Mokpo, Nokdong, Wando, Busan, and Gapado (Marado), has been controlled.

1,956 ships that evacuated from the high seas were docked at the port in Tokyo.

As the typhoon passed, the damage occurred little by little. In Daejeong-eup, Seogwipo-si, electricity was cut off to 498 households, and emergency restoration was underway.

In addition, safety measures for drivers were taken as the engine of a vehicle passing through a road filled with water in Aewol-eup, Jeju City was turned off.

The provincial fire safety headquarters implemented a total of 10 safety measures in response to the typhoon attack.

The Meteorological Administration said that the wind would blow very strongly at a maximum speed of 14 to 28 m per second on the coast of Jeju, and the wave would rise very high at a maximum of 3 to 8 m, and wanted attention to damage to marine facilities such as ships and farms.

The Metropolitan Disaster and Safety Countermeasure Headquarters maintained the preparedness by ordering’Emergency Phase 2’from 9 pm yesterday as the typhoon approaches.

The province conducted emergency work systems with 13 collaborative departments, Jeju Regional Aviation Administration, Provincial Office of Education, Jeju Police Agency, Jeju Maritime Police Agency, Korea Electric Power Corporation, and 9 Marine Corps brigades, and responded to such activities as surveillance and damage situation identification.

The Provincial Disaster and Safety Countermeasures Headquarters is planning to investigate additional damage in the eastern part of Jeju, which was damaged by the last typhoon Mysak, due to the impact of the typhoon High Line.

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