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Japan : Flood, Landslide : 2012/07/11

GLIDE:  FL-2012-000114-JPN

Satellite Images (Sentinel Asia):  ERJPJX000033

Duration 2012/07/11
Country or District Japan
Name Flood, Landslide
Outline Record torrential rains have left 4 dead and 16 missing in Kyushu, western Japan.
Summary
Human Impact Physical Impact Others
Cabinet Office 2012/07/26
Dead: 30
Missing: 3
Injured: 26
Totally collapsed houses: 224
Halfly collapsed houses: 300
Partially collapsed houses: 239
Inundation above floor level: 4,689
Inundation below floor level: 9,589
Nonresidential buildings: 1,004
Cabinet Office 2012/07/23
Dead: 30
Missing: 3
Injured: 26
Totally collapsed houses: 177
Halfly collapsed houses: 290
Partially collapsed houses: 179
Inundation above floor level: 4,636
Inundation below floor level: 9,347
Nonresidential buildings: 1,098
Cabinet Office 2012/07/20
Dead: 29
Missing: 3
Injured: 20
Totally collapsed houses: 170
Halfly collapsed houses: 210
Partially collapsed houses: 131
Inundation above floor level: 3,709
Inundation below floor level: 7,221
Nonresidential buildings: 1,074
Cabinet Office 2012/07/18
Dead: 29
Missing: 3
Injured: 20
Totally collapsed houses: 177
Halfly collapsed houses: 207
Partially collapsed houses: 108
Inundation above floor level: 2,540
Inundation below floor level: 5,858
Nonresidential buildings: 1,016
Cabinet Office 2012/07/17
Dead: 29
Missing: 3
Injured: 20
Totally collapsed houses: 135
Halfly collapsed houses: 109
Partially collapsed houses: 100
Inundation above floor level: 2,460
Inundation below floor level: 4,610
Nonresidential buildings: 902
Cabinet Office 2012/07/17
Dead: 28
Missing: 4
Injured: 20
Totally collapsed houses: 135
Halfly collapsed houses: 103
Partially collapsed houses: 100
Inundation above floor level: 2,282
Inundation below floor level: 4,707
Nonresidential buildings: 902
Cabinet Office 2012/07/16
Dead: 27
Missing: 5
Injured: 19
Totally collapsed houses: 129
Halfly collapsed houses: 91
Partially collapsed houses: 92
Inundation above floor level: 2,385
Inundation below floor level: 4,198
Nonresidential buildings: 787
Cabinet Office 2012/07/14
Dead: 21
Missing: 8
Injured: 14
Totally collapsed houses: 57
Halfly collapsed houses: 88
Partially collapsed houses: 44
Inundation above floor level: 819
Inundation below floor level: 1,812
Nonresidential buildings: 43
Cabinet Office 2012/07/13
Dead: 20
Missing: 7
Injured: 12
Totally collapsed houses: 52
Halfly collapsed houses: 82
Partially collapsed houses: 32
Inundation above floor level: 596
Inundation below floor level: 383
Nonresidential buildings: 18
Cabinet Office 2012/07/13
Dead: 18
Missing: 8
Injured: 8
Totally collapsed houses: 20
Halfly collapsed houses: 53
Partially collapsed houses: 10
Inundation above floor level: 351
Inundation below floor level: 207
Nonresidential buildings: 16
Cabinet Office 2012/07/12
Dead: 11
Missing: 16
Injured: 8
Totally collapsed houses: 20
Halfly collapsed houses: 53
Partially collapsed houses: 8
Inundation above floor level: 348
Inundation below floor level: 201
Nonresidential buildings: 13
Fire and Disaster Management Agency 2012/07/12
Dead: 4
Missing: 18
Injured: 5
Totally collapsed houses: 5
Halfly collapsed houses: 2
Partially collapsed houses: 1
Inundation above floor level: 23
Inundation below floor level: 41
Nonresidential buildings: 7

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Report/Articles

Cabinet Office 2012/07/26
Report of Cabinet Office No.13 as of 18:00, 26 July 2012

Cabinet Office 2012/07/23
Report of Cabinet Office No.11 as of 22:00, 23 July 2012

Cabinet Office 2012/07/20
Report of Cabinet Office No.10 as of 22:00, 20 July 2012

Cabinet Office 2012/07/18
Report of Cabinet Office No.8 as of 21:00, 18 July 2012

Cabinet Office 2012/07/17
Report of Cabinet Office No.7 as of 20:00, 17 July 2012

Cabinet Office 2012/07/17
Report of Cabinet Office No.6 as of 9:00, 17 July 2012

Cabinet Office 2012/07/16
Report of Cabinet Office No.5 as of 21:30, 16 July 2012

Cabinet Office 2012/07/14
Report of Cabinet Office No.4 as of 23:00, 14 July 2012

Cabinet Office 2012/07/13
Report of Cabinet Office No.3 as of 21:30, 13 July 2012

Cabinet Office 2012/07/13
Report of Cabinet Office No.2 as of 8:30, 13 July 2012

Cabinet Office 2012/07/12
Report of Cabinet Office No.1 as of 22:00, 12 July 2012

Fire and Disaster Management Agency 2012/07/12
Report of Fire and Disaster Management Agency No.2 as of 14:00 12 July 2012

NHK World 2012/07/11
Rainfalls of about 100 millimeters per hour drenched Kumamoto and Oita Prefectures early Thursday morning.