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The western part of Japan is on high alert due to extremely heavy rain.In the hardest-hit regions, the water levels in rivers are above flood warning levels.Luckily I'm doing OK, and my family, friends are fine, too.
The Meteorological Agency has now expanded emergency warnings to include 8 prefectures. They are Fukuoka, Saga, Nagasaki, Hiroshima, Okayama, Tottori, Hyogo and Kyoto.Evacuation advisories were issued to about 160,000 people in the Kinki region. Evacuation orders were issued to residents in Ibaraki, Osaka Prefecture, which is near the epicenter of the June 18 magnitude-6.1 quake,
Agency officials say there is an imminent risk of massive flooding and landslides that could cause serious damage.
Three people have died in western Japan as a result of the rain. One of them was killed while cleaning drainage pipes, and the other two were swept away in rivers. Five other people are missing, including two who have not been seen since a landslide in a residential part of Kitakyushu. Authorities say the other three may have been swept away in rivers.