By: Dylan Wright

Six are left dead as winds of up to 180 kilometers an hour carry Typhoon Roke through northeastern Japan. More than 30 centimeters of rain were present as the storm and massive wave cam through. The waves surpassed expectations and were extremely dangerous. Luckily the nuclear radioactivity plants that caused so much concern in March from the massive tsunami were not injured.

Not many were hurt, but the six that died were very unfortunate. With all that has gone on in Japan this year, they need as much help as they can get. Three natural disasters have left most of northeastern Japan in ruin. This is  a sad year for Japan and it’s not even over. Japan might not be able to take much more.

http://www.vancouversun.com/news/Typhoon+batters+Japan+nuclear+plant+safe/5433685/story.html

http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/capital-weather-gang/post/typhoon-roke-crashes-into-japan/2011/09/21/gIQA78t8kK_blog.html 

 

 

 

 

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