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A passenger jet reportedly made a jaw-dropping landing fighting nearly 100-mile-per-hour winds in Japan over the weekend. A video posted to YouTube by Airlive Net shows the moment the All Nippon Airways (ANA) flight momentarily nosedives as it comes close to the ground before righting itself.
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Despite the extreme weather, the jet reportedly landed safely at Narita airport in Tokyo on a second attempt.
The country was battered late last week by Typhoon Cimarron, a storm that brought high winds and torrential rain and left 138,000 residents without power, according to the Japan Times.
The storm, since downgraded, also brought down an 11-story wind turbine and toppled trucks, according to video footage shared by NBC News.
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The Associated Press also reported landslides and the partial collapse of a portion of a Shinto shrine.
Typhoon season in Japan is from June through November.