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SLIDESHOW: The wrath of Typhoon Jebi

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Posted at Sep 05 2018 12:39 PM | Updated as of Sep 05 2018 05:27 PM

Typhoon Jebi, the strongest typhoon to hit Japan in 25 years, made landfall on September 4, the country's weather agency said, bringing violent winds and heavy rainfall that prompted evacuation warnings.

At least 10 people were killed and 300 injured after the violent typhoon destroyed structures in the western part of Japan.

Flights were canceled as the typhoon left the Kansai airport flooded, leaving thousands stranded.

Here are select images of Typhoon Jebi’s aftermath around Japan.

Passersby using umbrellas struggle against strong wind and rain caused by Typhoon Jebi, in Tokyo, Japan on September 4, 2018. Toru Hanai, Reuters

Intense high wind from Typhoon Jebi blows in Nishinomiya City, Hyogo Prefecture, Japan September 4, 2018, in this still image taken from a video obtained from social media. @R10N_SR, Twitter via Reuters

Heavy rain and winds caused by Typhoon Jebi hit the city of Tokushima in Tokushima prefecture on September 4, 2018. Jiji Press, AFP

A tree damaged by Typhoon Jebi is seen in front of Heian Shrine in Kyoto, western Japan, in this photo taken by Kyodo September 4, 2018. Kyodo via Reuters

Damage from loose construction scaffolding due to weather patterns from Typhoon Jebi is seen in Osaka on September 4, 2018, as the typhoon made landfall around midday in southwestern Japan. Jiji Press, AFP

This handout photo released by the Kagawa Prefectural Police on September 4, 2018 and received via Jiji Press shows a truck sitting at an angle after being blown over by strong winds caused by Typhoon Jebi on the Seto Ohashi bridge in Sakade, Kagawa prefecture on Japan's Shikoku island. Jiji Press, AFP

Vehicles damaged by Typhoon Jebi are seen in Osaka, western Japan, in this photo taken by Kyodo September 4, 2018. Kyodo via Reuters

Cars are seen piled up after being blown by typhoon Jebi's strong winds in Osaka on September 4, 2018. Jiji Press, AFP

Damaged traffic boards and telecommunication relay poles are seen after they were brought down by strong winds caused by typhoon Jebi in Osaka on September 4, 2018. Jiji Press, AFP

Boats lie on a street after being carried by storm surge caused by typhoon Jebi in Nishinomiya, Hyogo prefecture on September 4, 2018. Jiji Press, AFP

A 2,591-ton tanker crashes into a bridge connecting Kansai airport, which is built on a man-made island in a bay, to the mainland, in Izumisano, western Japan, in this photo taken by Kyodo September 4, 2018. Kyodo via Reuters

This handout picture released by Kansai airport coast guard air base on September 4, 2018 and received through Jiji press shows a tanker after it collided with a bridge connecting to Kansai International airport due to typhoon Jebi's strong winds in Izumisano city, in Osaka prefecture. Jiji Press, AFP

An aerial view from a Jiji Press helicopter shows the damage to a bridge connecting to the Kansai International Airport, after an oil tanker collided into it, in Izumisano city, Osaka prefecture on September 5, 2018, after typhoon Jebi hit the west coast of Japan. Jiji Press, AFP

An aerial view from a Jiji Press helicopter shows a ship that collided with a breakwater due to strong winds caused by typhoon Jebi in Nishinomiya city, Hyogo prefecture on September 5, 2018. Jiji Press, AFP

An aerial view from a Jiji Press helicopter shows vehicles piled in a heap due to strong winds in Kobe, Hyogo prefecture on September 5, 2018, after typhoon Jebi hit the west coast of Japan. Jiji Press, AFP

An aerial view from a Jiji Press helicopter shows flooding at the Kansai International Airport in Izumisano city, Osaka prefecture on September 5, 2018, after typhoon Jebi hit the west coast of Japan. Jiji Press, AFP