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More than 2,50,000 people have been ordered to evaluate the high risk areas. The typhoon Haishen is expected to boost in coming days with heavy rain, surging stroms winds blowing more than 170km/hr. It has already let to the closure of many factories and businesses across the western Japan along with hundreds of flights and train services have also been cancelled. The director of country's weather agency Yoshihisa Nakamotk said that the surging tides may cause flooding in the country.
Typhoon Haishen is also expected to make a at hit South Korea and Governments of the following countries are holding an emergency cabinet meeting to address the storm.