HEAVY RAIN FORCES 400,000 TO EVACUATE IN SOUTHERN JAPAN|九州豪雨成災 1死6失蹤.40萬人急疏散

Heavy rain and overflowing rivers in southern Japan have forced almost 400,000 people to leave their homes. At least one person has been killed and 6 remain missing. Rivers are overflowing and muddy rapids threaten to swallow nearby towns. Landslides and road subsidence have also been reported. In Fukuoka Prefecture and neighboring Oita, a near 400,000 people have been ordered to evacuate. The rain has thus far caused one death. The body of an elderly man was found in a river in Hiroshima. Police speculated he was swept away into the flooded river. 6 others remain missing. Japan's weather agency called the rain "unprecedented," urging local residents to follow evacuation orders. The country's Self Defense Force (SDF) has been mobilized to help with disaster relief. TRANSLATED BY:JEFF CHANG

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