South Korea Typhoon Hinnamnor Leaves 20K Homes Without Power

7 September 2022 00:40

Typhoon Hinnamnor battered southern region of South Korea on Tuesday, destroyed roads and fell power lines. Leaving twenty thousand homes without electricity, as thousands of people fled to safer ground.

Typhoon Hinnamnor grazed the resort island of Jeju and made landfall near the mainland port of Busan in the morning and was moving northeast toward the sea with winds of up to one hundred forty four kilometers per hour.

South Korean Officials put the nation on alert about potential damages from flooding, landslides and tidal waves  unleashed by hinnamnor which came just weeks after heavy rains in the region around the Capital Seoul, caused flooding that killed at least fourteen people.