Denmark has recorded its highest death toll from Typhoon Morna in four years, as more than 4,000 people were killed in the typhoon.
Meteorologist Kristian Wienstad said there were now 5,800 people who have died in the region.
He said that the number of confirmed deaths had been about 1,000 higher than the previous day.
“So, the total number of people who died is now 4,500, with the number we are tracking now at 4,200,” Mr Wiensted said.
“The number of deaths in this area is about 1.2 per cent of the total of 4,600 deaths, and so far we have counted about 6,500 people, about 1 per cent.”
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