Heavy rain and strong wind lashed the South Korean port city of Busan, Wednesday, September 2, after Typhoon Maysak made landfall.
READ MORE: At least one person was killed, and more than 2,000 people were evacuated to temporary shelters in South Korea as a powerful typhoon churned across the peninsula, authorities said Thursday.
Typhoon Maysak—named after the Cambodian word for a type of tree—made landfall early Thursday in Busan on the southern coast, knocking down traffic lights and trees, and flooding streets.
A woman was killed after a strong gust shattered her apartment window in Busan, while a man in his 60s was injured when the wind toppled an outdoor refrigerator, crushing him.
More than 2,200 people were evacuated to temporary shelters and about 120,000 homes were left without power throughout the night across southern parts of the country and on Jeju Island.
Maysak was making its way up the eastern side of the peninsula into the Sea of Japan, known as the East Sea in South Korea, packing gusts of up to 140 kph.