This video is currently unavailable. Japan is bracing for more torrential downpours through Friday as a lingering seasonal rain front threatens the western and eastern parts of the country. The rain has already left flooding and landslides along Japan’s archipelago in its wake. In Kyoto, a powerful mudslide swept away three cars near an interchange of an expressway. Officials say no one was injured. In Yufu, in southwestern Japan’s Oita Prefecture, a car believed to have a family inside was also swept away — in this case, by flooded river water. Police are searching for passengers. Across the affected areas of the country, 59 people are confirmed dead, four have no-vital signs, and 16 others are still missing. Kuma village in Kumamoto Prefecture has seen the majority of casualties. Self-Defense Forces personnel rescued stranded residents, who expressed both a desire to stay positive, and confusion over what steps to take now. A woman said, "If someone looks gloomy, everybody will feel depressed. So, I want to help everyone cheer up." A man said, "I […]