Earlier this week, heavy rains in Southwestern Japan created flooding and horrendous mudslides, and now rescuers are searching for the missing as 150 have been pronounced dead from the disaster. There are still more than 50 people unaccounted for in the Hiroshima area, and people have fled their homes. For the many who stayed, they are living without electricity and water, and to make matters even worse, the temperatures are scorching right now. All the rain is thought to be leftover from a recent typhoon, which is just a grave reminder that we’re not the only ones who have to deal with the devastating effects of hurricanes. We feel your pain, Japan, and we’re sending all the good, dry vibes.
By: The Point Staff
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