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> It's the most powerful storm to hit Japan for 25 years.
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people dead, at least 90 reported injured, and more than a million people warned to evacuate. Typhoon Jebi battered West Japan on Tuesday, turning over cars and bringing down buildings. Footage from Twitter shows parts of Kyoto Train Station roof falling to the ground.
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ile local TV showed waves pounding the coastline. In some areas, tides were the highest since the typhoon in 1961. Hundreds of flights have been canceled after flooding forced Osaka's main international airport to close, leaving thousands of tourists stranded. Even the bridge leading to the airport was damaged and shut off after strong winds sent and this tanker crashing into it.
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The devastation comes after a summer of rains, landslides and floods. As well as record-breaking heat that's killed hundreds of people.