Typhoon No. 9 injured 30 people in 18 prefectures while passing through western Japan over the weekend, the National Police Agency said July 28.

The typhoon, the third this season to hit the Japanese archipelago, flooded about 1,300 houses and destroyed two homes, according to an agency tally as of 10 a.m. The storm also damaged 36 sections of road, triggered 55 landslides and destroyed three bridges.

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