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It's Japans most powerful typhoon in 25 years. The storm hit the country's west coast on Tuesday, killing at least 11 people and injuring hundreds more. Typhoon Jebi, it was briefly classified as a super typhoon. It's battered buildings, and also caused travel havoc. 3,000 travelers were stranded overnight at Kansai airport near Osaka.
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Many had to be rescued by boat from the offshore facility. They were taken to nearby Kobe airport.>> It was tiring, but I think it was a mistake to come here in the first place.>> I'm relieved to be leaving, I don't think I'll ever have that experience again, it was painful.
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>> It's unclear when Kansai airport will reopen. Roads and train lines also affected, 1.3 million homes without power. It's all caused by unease among the region's big computer chip makers. Toshiba Memory, the world's second largest maker of flash memory chips, said it was monitoring developments closely.