A Nasa satellite image shows Typhoon Haishen approaching Japan's southern regions, on the heels of an earlier typhoon. Photo: APA Nasa satellite image shows Typhoon Haishen approaching Japan's southern regions, on the heels of an earlier typhoon. Photo: AP
A Nasa satellite image shows Typhoon Haishen approaching Japan's southern regions, on the heels of an earlier typhoon. Photo: AP

‘A disaster will occur’: Japan braces for powerful Typhoon Haishen, second storm in a week

  • Haishen, or “sea god” in Chinese, could see winds of over 300km/h as it hits the southern Okinawa islands before heading towards the Korean peninsula
  • Earlier this week, Typhoon Maysak battered southern Japan, injuring dozens, while a cargo ship carrying thousands of cattle capsized

Topic |   Japan
A Nasa satellite image shows Typhoon Haishen approaching Japan's southern regions, on the heels of an earlier typhoon. Photo: APA Nasa satellite image shows Typhoon Haishen approaching Japan's southern regions, on the heels of an earlier typhoon. Photo: AP
A Nasa satellite image shows Typhoon Haishen approaching Japan's southern regions, on the heels of an earlier typhoon. Photo: AP
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