At least two men were killed and several others were wounded as a powerful typhoon slammed into Japan’s main island Thursday. The storm damaged houses, disrupted power supply, stranded commuters forcing flight and train cancellations before weakening.
Typhoon Melor packing strong winds and heavy rain hit the Japanese mainland Thursday.
Over two million commuters in Tokyo were stranded for hours as train services on several lines remained suspended,
A man died when his motorbike slammed into an uprooted tree while another was killed by a falling tree just north of Tokyo, local police said.
Nearly 30 people were reported injured across the country and more than 11,000 people were moved to safety.
(Story Based on Internet Reports)