The number of people who lost their lives due to heavy snowfall in different parts of Japan for about a week increased to 17 and the number of injured to 90.
The balance sheet of heavy snowfall, which affected different parts of the country for about a week, especially in the Niigata, Yamagata and Aomori provinces of Japan, became heavier .
According to the information obtained from the Japan Disaster Management Agency, the number of people who lost their lives in accidents that occurred during Snowfall , Icing And Snow Plows Increased To 17. While it was announced that at least 90 people were injured in the accidents, it was announced that 3 times the seasonal average snowfall was recorded in many regions of Northeast Japan last week. While it was reported that the faltering train and plane services returned to normal as of yesterday, it was recorded that electricity was provided to approximately 20 thousand households that experienced power outages as of yesterday.
LIFE HAS BEEN PARLICED
Heavy snowfall in Japan during the last week affected life negatively, and there were disruptions in air, land and railway transportation. While power outages occurred in many regions, it was publicized that adverse weather conditions caused delays in supply chains.