By Aahil

The space center was damaged by a storm in Japan 130K are still without power


An intense tropical storm, which dropped torrential rains across Japan was able to move to the Pacific Ocean on Tuesday after the deaths of two people and injured more than 100 people, disrupting traffic and causing hundreds of houses without electricity.

There was a report of new damage in the south of Japan in the area where Typhoon Nanmadol made landfall over the weekend, but it was slowing down as it moved towards the north.

The incident occurred on Tanegashima island, which is south of Kyushu island A wall was damaged in a Japanese Aerospace and Exploration Agency's space center, the Economy and Industry Ministry said.

The extent of the damage to the building that was used to build rockets was being evaluated.

Two deaths were confirmed in the Miyazaki prefecture in the southernmost island in Kyushu on Monday, as the storm was stronger as reported by the Fire and Disaster Management Agency.

A man was discovered in a vehicle that was sunk by a flood in a farming property in Miyakonojo town. Another was found under an avalanche in Mimata.

One missing person was reported from the Western Prefecture in Hiroshima while another 115 people were injured throughout the western region of Japan according to the agency.

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