Heavy storm-induced precipitation from Typhoon Malakas, which made landfall on Kyushu Island, Japan, early in the morning local time on September 20, 2016, has resulted in widespread flooding, with damage to buildings, vehicles, and roadways, as well as crops, according to catastrophe modelling firm AIR Worldwide.
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AIR Worldwide, Typhoon, Japan, Asia Pacific, Catastrophe