Typhoon Goni Turns Deadly in the Philippines; Taiwan, Japan, South Korea Next at Risk

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By Kristina Pydynowski – AccuWeather

After turning deadly in the Philippines, Typhoon Goni will turn northward and track near Taiwan this weekend before taking aim at Japan and South Korea.

Despite its center and worst of its fury raging just offshore, Typhoon Goni has claimed four lives in the Philippines’ Luzon Island on Friday.

The Associated Press reports that three of the deaths were the result of a landslide. Another man died after being pinned by a tree.

The mountain city of Baguio was inundated with 303 mm (nearly a foot) of rain in just 30 hours from Thursday to Friday. Additional flooding and mudslides will remain a serious concern across Luzon even after Goni slowly departs to the north by Saturday.

Continue reading at AccuWeather: Typhoon Goni Turns Deadly in the Philippines; Taiwan, Japan, South Korea Next at Risk

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