Typhoon Etau Triggers Flooding in Japan

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Unprecedented rain in Japan unleashed heavy floods on Friday that tore houses from their foundations, uprooted trees and forced more than 100,000 people from their homes. One person was missing after rivers burst their banks in cities north of Tokyo following days of heavy rain pummeling Japan, caused by Typhoon Etau. The Japan Meteorological Agency issued special downpour warnings for Tochigi and Ibaraki prefectures, north of Tokyo, warning of further mudslides and flooding.
Residents in several houses wait for rescue helicopters in a residential area flooded by the Kinugawa river, caused by typhoon Etau, in Joso, Ibaraki prefecture, Japan, on September 10, 2015. #

Floodwaters flow from the burst Kinugawa river (top) into a residential area (bottom) in Joso, Ibaraki Prefecture, on September 10, 2015. #
An aerial view shows a flooded area in Joso, Ibaraki Prefecture, on September 10, 2015. #
A hotel building falls into the floodwaters at Nikko mountain resort in Tochigi prefecture, north of Tokyo on September 10, 2015. #
Houses sit amid floodwaters at a residential area inundated by the Kinugawa river, in Joso, Ibaraki prefecture, on September 10, 2015. #
A resident is rescued by a member of the Japan Self-Defense Force (JSDF) as they are lifted by a helicopter over a residential area flooded by the Kinugawa river in Japan on September 10, 2015. #
People wait for rescue on the roofs of cars as they are stranded on a road flooded by the Kinugawa river on September 10, 2015. #
Local residents wait to be rescued on the roof of their home in a flooded area in Joso, Ibaraki Prefecture, on September 10, 2015. #
A resident is rescued by a helicopter above a residential area flooded by the Kinugawa river on September 10, 2015. #
Local residents react as they look at damaged houses and the flooded Kurokawa river, caused by typhoon Etau in Kanuma, Tochigi prefecture, Japan, on September 10, 2015. #
A resident is rescued by a helicopter of the Ground Self Defense Force in a flooded area in Joso, Ibaraki Prefecture, on September 10, 2015. #
A man looks at floodwaters at a break in the dike of the Kinugawa river in a residential area flooded by the river on September 10, 2015. #
People wait for rescue on the roof of a car (left) and beside a utility pole (right) in an area flooded by the Kinugawa River on September 10, 2015. #
A police helicopter lifts an evacuee from floodwaters in Joso city on September 10, 2015. #
A man holding a tray of belongings wades through a flooded road near the overflowing Omoigawa River in Oyama, Tochigi prefecture, Japan, on September 10, 2015. #
A man is rescued by firefighters at an area flooded by the Kinugawa River on September 10, 2015. #
A man wades through a local shopping area flooded by the Kinugawa River, in Joso, Ibaraki prefecture, on September 10, 2015. #
A woman is carried by a Japanese Self-Defense Force member after being rescued by a helicopter from an area flooded by the Kinugawa River, upon their arrival at Ishige Sports Park acting as an evacuation center in Joso, Ibaraki prefecture, on September 10, 2015. #
A family wades through a residential area flooded by the Kinugawa River, in Joso, Ibaraki prefecture, on September 10, 2015. #
Vehicles drive through a flooded street in Joso, Japan, north of Tokyo, on September 10, 2015. #
Evacuees from an area flooded by the Kinugawa River receive food supplies at an evacuation center in Ishige Sports Park in Joso, Japan, on September 10, 2015. #
An evacuee from an area flooded by the Kinugawa River takes a rest in an evacuation center in Joso, Ibaraki prefecture, on September 10, 2015. #
Evacuees from the flooding take a rest at an evacuation center in Ishige Sports Park in Joso, Japan, on September 10, 2015. #
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