Typhoon Jebi strongest in 25 years
Japan was hit with another typhoon on September 4th. This one, however, was the strongest typhoon to hit Japan in 25 years causing buildings to lash and bringing heavy winds and rain. So far, six people have been reported dead and there has been 160 injuries, as a result. The typhoon brought wind speeds as high as 107mph (172km/h). The strong winds pushed a tanker into a bridge in Osaka Bay. The storm is expected to weaken as it heads north.