Filippine, arriva il tifone Haima
Il super tifone Haima ha cominciato a spazzare i cieli delle Filippine con venti fortissimi, 225 chilometri l'ora e raffiche che arrivano a 315 chilometri, e piogge torrenziali. Potenzialmente sono 10 milioni le persone a rischio.
"Non ci aspettiamo solo piogge torrenziali e venti forti, ma anche inondazioni, frane e maree anomale nelle aree costiere. Chi si trova in quelle aree è in pericolo"
hanno comunicato le autorità. Il timore è che si ripeta la tragedia del 2013, quando il tifone Haiyan uccise 7.350 persone.
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