Typhoon wreaks havoc in South Korea, 10 dead
Seoul: The powerful typhoon “Hinnam Noor” hit Jeju Island in South Korea, resulting in a total of 10 deaths and over 100 injuries in various accidents.
According to the World News Agency, the typhoon caused widespread destruction in South Korea. The water seeped into a nearby residential area. An apartment parking lot was filled with water from which 7 bodies were found while 2 people were rescued.
These people got stuck in the water relay when they came to the parking lot to move their vehicles to a safe place, but the water came so fast in the underground parking lot that they did not get a chance to get out.
A total of 10 bodies have been found during the rescue operations while more than 100 people have been injured. The injured have been shifted to the hospital while the citizens have been shifted from the affected area to safe places.
The spokesman of the rescue team says that dozens of people are missing and the search is on. Many buildings have collapsed due to the landslides, in which there is a fear of burying the residents.