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Typhoon Chaba
입력 2016.10.05 (14:08) 수정 2016.10.05 (14:22) News Today
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[Anchor Lead]

Typhoon Chaba brushed past Jeju Island Tuesday night and into Wednesday morning, with gale-force winds and torrential rain causing power outages for some 49,000 homes and extensive structural damages on its path. Let’s find out more.

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Record-breaking gusts with maximum wind speed of 56.5 meters per seconds ravaged Jeju Island. A 20-year-old tree was uprooted and laid prone on the street, and a large standing sign fell helplessly. Safety fences at a construction site were bent out of shape and assorted structural damages ensued all over the island. Also, some 49,000 homes suffered power outages across Jeju. Vehicles were stranded on flooded streets and a 5.7-ton fishing boat sank when the post it was moored to collapsed. Typhoon-caused damages on the Jeju region are likely to get more severe, as authorities keep assessing the damage. Meanwhile, some 100 flights have either been cancelled or delayed yesterday, with more flight cancellations forecast for today. The disruption has caused some 6,300 tourists to be stranded on the island. Great inconveniences to tourists seem inevitable as even passenger ships have been banned from sailing out.
  • Typhoon Chaba
    • 입력 2016-10-05 14:09:25
    • 수정2016-10-05 14:22:47
    News Today
[Anchor Lead]

Typhoon Chaba brushed past Jeju Island Tuesday night and into Wednesday morning, with gale-force winds and torrential rain causing power outages for some 49,000 homes and extensive structural damages on its path. Let’s find out more.

[Pkg]

Record-breaking gusts with maximum wind speed of 56.5 meters per seconds ravaged Jeju Island. A 20-year-old tree was uprooted and laid prone on the street, and a large standing sign fell helplessly. Safety fences at a construction site were bent out of shape and assorted structural damages ensued all over the island. Also, some 49,000 homes suffered power outages across Jeju. Vehicles were stranded on flooded streets and a 5.7-ton fishing boat sank when the post it was moored to collapsed. Typhoon-caused damages on the Jeju region are likely to get more severe, as authorities keep assessing the damage. Meanwhile, some 100 flights have either been cancelled or delayed yesterday, with more flight cancellations forecast for today. The disruption has caused some 6,300 tourists to be stranded on the island. Great inconveniences to tourists seem inevitable as even passenger ships have been banned from sailing out.

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