- People are going to shelters because they fear aftershocks
- 25,000 Japanese troops are sent to help in rescue efforts
- At least 32 are dead; bad weather hampers rescue efforts
Tokyo, Japan (CNN)Heavy rains were expected through Sunday after Japan's Kyushu region was struck by twin earthquakes, hampering the search for survivors and forcing nervous residents into crowded evacuation centers.
Deaths linked to Thursday's quake: 9
Deaths linked to Saturday's: 32
Total deaths: 41
Total injured: 968
Evacuated: More than 91,700
Homes destroyed: 90
Homes damaged: 775
Thursday at 9:26 p.m.: 6.2-quake about 4.3 miles from the city of Ueki
Friday at 12:03 a.m.: 6.0-quake hits about 3.7 miles east of Uto.
Saturday at 1:25 a.m.: 7.0-quake hits about 0.6 miles from Kumamoto-shi.
Sources: Kumamoto Prefecture's disaster management office; USGS.