Days of torrential rainfall in central Japan have led to extensive flooding and mudslides, leaving as many as 58 people dead so far. Rivers that overflowed their banks have swept away bridges and roads, cutting off communities and making it difficult for rescue workers to reach many areas. Emergency crews are now working against the clock, trying to find people who may still be trapped. An aerial view shows damage after flooding caused by torrential rain in Kumamura, Japan, on July 8, 2020. # A car stands on its nose after being upended by floodwaters after the nearby Kuma River burst its banks, on July 5, 2020, in Hitoyoshi, Japan. # The Kuma River overflows its banks, due to heavy rainfall in Hitoyoshi, Japan, on July 4, 2020. # A rail line lies undercut and covered in debris after being hit by floodwater when the nearby Kuma River burst its banks, on July 5, 2020 in Hitoyoshi. # Part of a bridge taken out by flooding is visible in a hard-hit area in Hitoyoshi […]