July 13, 2013. At least one person was killed and 31 wounded in a typhoon that struck the island of Taiwan. Hundreds of thousands of homes were left without electricity, more than 8,000 people were evacuated. The hurricane also accompanied by heavy rain. After passing through Taiwan, "Solik" headed for the provinces of Zhejiang and Fujian provinces in eastern China.
Red danger: China and Japan are waiting for the 9-meter tsunami
July 12, 2013. In China and Japan are waiting for typhoon "Soulik", which could trigger a tsunami height of nine meters. Due to the impending two countries introduced the element of red, the highest code of danger.
According to ITAR-TASS, now a typhoon is east of the islands Sakisima and 13 July will reach Taiwan.
"Soulik," which translated to one of the languages of Micronesia translated as "leader", the seventh tropical storm formed in the Pacific Ocean this season.