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Typhoon Hagibis swallows more than 20 people

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Typhoon Hagibis victims has risen to over 20, local media reported Sunday, a day after the storm hit Japan with heavy rains and devastating floods.

More than 100,000 rescue teams, including 31,000 troops, rushed through the night to search for survivors, after heavy rains caused landslides and floods.

The Hagibis left the mainland this morning and did not pass through the Japanese capital, but brought devastation to several neighboring territories.

The government reported 14 dead and 11 missing, but the government broadcaster NHK  reported that the casualties likely to rise as 15 people have not been found.

Read also: Typhoon Hagibis likely to hit eastern Japan on Saturday

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