According to a report coming out of North Korea, Deadly flooding has led to the displacement of tens of thousands of North Koreans in its northeastern region. Stormy weather in North Hamgyong Province brought nearly 12 inches of rain and caused flooding that resulted in the displacement of 44,000 people, Pyongyang’s state-controlled news agency KCNA reported on Saturday, local time.
There are about 15 people missing, according to North Korea state media. KCNA also stated Typhoon No. 10, which also led to flooding and damages in neighboring Japan, had collided into a “low-pressure area” that had formed in the northwest. Storms that brought heavy rain and strong gusts of wind then moved across the country between Aug. 29 and Sep. 2, according to Pyongyang. READ MORE