South Korea is left without power after Typhoon Hinnamor
On the 6th of September, South Korea woke up to a disaster. Unleashing fierce rains and winds destroyed trees, roads and homes and left more than 20000 homes without power. In the southern district of the country the wind brought down power cables. The typhoon caused landslides, damage to homes and public facilities, blackouts in homes and flooding of farmland in South Korea.
Typhoon is a mature tropical cyclone that develops between 180° and 100°E in the Northern Hemisphere. There are six categories of the