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North Korea tells citizens to ‘fully mobilize’ after deadly typhoon


North Korean state media urged citizens on Monday to “fully mobilize” to rebuild after powerful Typhoon Lingling lashed the country over the weekend, with workers rebuilding electricity networks, salvaging battered crops and helping families whose homes and property were damaged.


Meanwhile, a separate typhoon that blew across the Tokyo area Monday killed one person and caused dozens of injuries while disrupting rush-hour travel and knocking out power.


Several railway and subway operators suspended service, and flights were canceled at Tokyo airports as Typhoon Faxai passed over Chiba, a northern suburb of the Japanese capital, before daybreak, shaking homes with strong winds and battering the area with rain.


Government spokesman Yoshihide Suga told reporters that he had received a report of one death and of damage caused by falling trees and wind-blown objects. He said some 900,000 power failures were also reported.

日本政府发言人菅义伟(Yoshihide Suga)对记者说,他收到了一份报告,报告说有一人死亡,还有树木倒塌和被风吹落的物体造成的破坏。他说,还报告了大约90万起停电事故。


Earlier, Typhoon Lingling lashed the Korean Peninsula, leaving five people dead in North Korea and three dead in South Korea.


North Korea’s official Rodong Sinmun newspaper said strong winds and rain damaged hundreds of homes and dozens of public buildings and caused problems for crops on 114,000 acres of farm land.

朝鲜官方报纸《劳动新闻》(Rodong Sinmun)说,强风和暴雨毁坏了数百座房屋和数十座公共建筑,并对11.4万英亩农田的农作物造成问题。

Rodong Sinmun said officials and workers were engaged in an “intense struggle” to repair power systems in several towns, including Kaesong, Pongsan, Jaeryong and Paechon, removing toppled telephone poles and steel towers and building emergency electricity networks to use until utilities are fully restored. It said power plants were also elevating their electricity production to support recovery efforts.


Workers and soldiers in major farming areas such as South Hwanghae province and South Pyongan province scrambled to drain flooded fields and rice paddies and tend to fallen rice plants and corn, the newspaper said.


Officials were reported to be “actively pushing” projects to send medicine and other necessities to residents in damaged areas as well as textbooks, notebooks and stationery to students.


Still, Rodong Sinmun added that the damage was “smaller than expected.”


The storm that hit Japan disrupted morning commutes and knocked over scaffolding, causing damage over a widespread area.


The Japan Meteorological Agency said the typhoon reached the Pacific by late morning, exiting Japan northeast of Tokyo with winds still blowing at 89 miles per hour with gusts up to 123 mph.

日本气象厅(Japan Meteorological Agency)表示,台风在上午晚些时候抵达太平洋,离开东京东北方向的日本,目前风速仍为每小时89英里,阵风最高可达每小时123英里。

Japan’s Kyodo News agency cited local authorities as saying at least 30 people were hurt in Chiba, Kanagawa and Shizuoka prefectures.


The usually congested trains and major stations were even more crowded than usual once services resumed, with trains stopping temporarily and running erratically.


“I can’t go to work now, and I also had to contact my customers,” said Tsubasa Kikuchi, a 23-year-old real estate worker who had been waiting at Shimbashi station for more than two hours. “This is troublesome.”

23岁的房地产工人Tsubasa Kikuchi在Shimbashi车站等了两个多小时,他说:“我现在不能上班,还得联系客户。”“这太麻烦了。”

The weather agency warned of mudslides and flooding after the heavy rain. Kyodo reported more than 17 inches of rain had fallen in the city of Izu in Shizuoka prefecture in the past 24 hours.


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