After heavy rain, several hundred people left stranded as Typhoon Khanun’s aftermath wreaks havoc in central Taiwan.
Intense Rainfall and Flooding
Extreme rainfall causes destructions, landslides, and roadblocks in parts of central Taiwan, leading to chaos and disruptions in transportation links.
Emergency Response Underway
Authorities rush to clear blocked roads and restart transportation links in the affected areas, while local weather departments predict heavy rain to continue over the weekend.
Missing Persons Reported
Two people missing, and over 460 remain stranded in remote mountainous regions, as the government calls for immediate assistance from the central government and armed forces.
Urgent Measures to Restore Infrastructure
Vice President William Lai pledges “greatest resources” to help local authorities restore infrastructure and transportation in the regions affected by heavy rain.
Warning Issued for Landslides
Officials issue landslide warnings to residents living in mountainous regions of central and southern Taiwan. Safety precautions advised due to ongoing heavy rain and potential hazards.
Typhoon Khanun’s Impact
Typhoon Khanun leaves a trail of destruction, causing floods, landslides, and roadblocks in central Taiwan, leading to emergency responses and challenges for local communities.
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