Typhoon Jebi hits Japan
Burned cars are seen on an artificial island after Typhoon Jebi hit the area, in Nishinomiya. Kyodo/via REUTERS
A bridge connecting Kansai airport, damaged by crashing with a 2,591-tonne tanker, which is sent by strong wind caused by Typhoon Jebi. Kyodo/via REUTERS
Smoke is seen among containers damaged by Typhoon Jebi, in Kobe. Kyodo/via REUTERS
An aerial view shows a flooded runway at Kansai airport, which is built on a man-made island in a bay, after Typhoon Jebi hit the area, in Izumisano. Kyodo/via REUTERS
A ship damaged by Typhoon Jebi is seen in Nishinomiya. Kyodo/via REUTERS
Vehicles damaged by Typhoon Jebi are seen in Kobe. Kyodo/via REUTERS
Passengers stranded at Kansai International Airport due to powerful typhoon Jebi queue outside the airport as they wait for the arrival of a special bus service to transport them out of the area, in Izumisato. Kyodo/via REUTERS
Containers damaged by Typhoon Jebi are seen in Kobe. Kyodo/via REUTERS
Boats float along with debris during Typhoon Jebi in Nishinomiya City, Hyogo Prefecture. TWITTER/ @R10N_SR/via REUTERS
Vehicles damaged by Typhoon Jebi are seen in Osaka. Kyodo/via REUTERS
A building damaged by Typhoon Jebi is seen in Osaka. Kyodo/via REUTERS
High waves triggered by Typhoon Jebi are seen at a fishing port in Aki, Kochi Prefecture. Kyodo/via REUTERS
A tree damaged by Typhoon Jebi is seen in front of Heian Shrine. Kyodo/via REUTERS
A man using an umbrella struggles against strong wind and rain. REUTERS/Toru Hanai
Intense high wind from Typhoon Jebi blows in Nishinomiya City, Hyogo Prefecture. TWITTER/ @R10N_SR/via REUTERS
Passersby using umbrellas struggle against strong wind and rain. REUTERS/Toru Hanai
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