Japan issues emergency warning as 240,000 evacuated ahead of devstating weather conditions

The meteorological agency has issued the warning to residents of Kyushu following threats of landslides and floods. The warning has been issued to the southern island after it suffered record levels of rain today.

Such has been the vast amount of rainfall that it has threatened to cause landslides, floods and other natural disasters.

One man has already been killed after his car was washed away in the Saga district.

The weather agency said parts of northern part of Kyushu island.

Around 240,000 residents have been evacuated in the surrounding areas.

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