Typhoon Moor overturns cars, knocks out power in Guam as damage hits US Pacific territory

HAGATNA, Guam (AP) — Powerful Typhoon Mawar is moving slowly over the U.S. Pacific territory of Guam, lashing the island with wind and rain, tearing down trees, walls and power lines, overturning cars and bringing ashore a dangerous storm surge as the first.. .responders are waiting for daylight to see the extent of the damage. The typhoon, the strongest since 2002 to hit the country of about 150,000 people, briefly made landfall Wednesday night as a Category 4 storm, the National Weather Service said. Videos posted on social media showed fallen trees, an overturned pickup truck, solar panels flying through the air, as well as storm surge and waves crashing on coastal reefs. The early extent of the damage was difficult to determine.

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