Cars are submerged in floodwater after Typhoon Mitag brought heavy rain and flood to Gangneung, South Korea on Thursday. Reuters
Six people were killed when typhoon Mitag passed through the country on Thursday, South Korea’s government said.
Mitag, the 18th typhoon this year, brought heavy rains in southern parts of the country. As of 0130 GMT, the toll was six dead and four injured, the Ministry of the Interior and Safety said.
Some of the six were underneath collapsed structures and others drowned, it said.
More than 100 houses and other private structures were flooded, with more than 1,500 evacuating their homes in advance in the southeast regions, the ministry said.
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