Decades later, a bad storm is wreaking havoc in western Alaska, causing severe flooding along many of western Alaska's coasts.

The flood water was so severe that some houses were removed to their foundations, one house was floating in the river.

The storm is the remnant of Typhoon Merbok, which is now moving over the Boring Sea.

Officials say that there may be heavy water in some places

And it may take at least 14 hours for the water to recede.

However, there is no report of any death or injury due to the storm in Alaska.

The worst-case scenario was in Golovin where more than 170 residents of the village took shelter in the school or hill buildings.

Winds were blowing in this area with a speed of more than 95 kilometers per hour.