Deadly winds hit Japan
(NTV) Powerful winds wreaked havoc across Japan Sunday.
Gusts reached over 90 miles-per-hour on the northern island of Hokkaido.
More than 5,000 households were left without power.
At least two deaths were reported in Toyama and Ishikawa prefectures.
In Tokyo, amateur video captured panels as they were ripped off a building in the process of being demolished.
Debris littered the normally busy roadway below, which was fortunately blocked off to due to construction. No one was injured.