Four hundred thousand Japanese were evacuated after heavy rainfall
In the south of Japan are almost four hundred thousand people evacuated after reports about flooding rivers and persistent rainfall. Local authorities say that there were landslides have taken place.
In the prefecture of Fukuoka are 375,000 people evacuated, to be picked up in schools and government buildings in higher areas. There is certainly one dead cases. In the near Hiroshima, the police discovered a drowned 93-year-old man in a river.
Meteorologists predict that heavy rain at least until Thursday now. Earlier this week it was also in China hundreds of thousands of people out of their homes by floods as a result of heavy rainfall.