Official toll in Japan flood disaster rises to 141
Yoshihide Suga said at least ten people were still missing, though local media said dozens were still unaccounted for as rescue operations continue
The death toll in days of heavy rain that devastated parts of Japan with floods and landslides has risen to at least 141, the top government spokesman said today.
Yoshihide Suga said at least ten people were still missing, though local media said dozens were still unaccounted for as rescue operations continue.
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