The year’s 18th typhoon shot through central and northeast Honshu on Monday, unleashing torrential rain and strong winds on much of the main island, including Fukushima Prefecture, where radioactive water was discharged to prevent the troubled complex from flooding.
According to local police tallies, Typhoon Man-yi had left at least three people dead and four missing before churning its way toward Hokkaido.
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