Typhoon Mangkhut: Many feared stuck in landslide debris

18 Sep 2018 09:04 AM

Typhoon Mangkhut: Many feared stuck in landslide debris

Updated 18 Sep 2018 09:04 AM

Rescue operation is underway in order to save people who got stuck under the debris of a landslide. The incident occurred after the typhoon Mangkhut caused havoc.

At least 54 people were killed in the Philippines on Sunday after Typhoon Mangkhut wreaked havoc in the island nation as the storm continued its devastating path and made landfall in Hong Kong and mainland China.
The typhoon, dubbed as the world's strongest storm of the year, had made landfall in the Philippines on Saturday. With winds reaching a speed of up to 165 mph, the storm sent debris flying, toppling roofs of houses, crashing down trees and flattening huts, CNN reported.

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