TAIPEI — Three people have died and 311 others were harmed in Taiwan as Typhoon Nepartak done landfall in a island’s southeast early Friday.
The 3 fatalities were a 39-year-old male who fell into a lake and was drowned in Hualien county, a 71-year-old lady who died from serious injuries after being strike by a descending habit in Taitung, and a male who fell into a sea in Lienchang county, pronounced a island’s disaster puncture operation center.
The gale caused energy outages for some-more than half a million households. Power has not been resumed for scarcely 20,000 households, it added.
The gale caused waste of some-more than 700 million new Taiwan dollars ($21.8 million) in a rural zone in a island.
Nepartak done landfall in Taitung in southeastern Taiwan during 5:50 a.m. Friday, make-up winds of adult to 191 km per hour. It crossed a Taiwan Straits and landed again in Fujian Province on Saturday afternoon, with winds of adult to about 100 km per hour.