The No. 3 Tunnel at North Korea's Punggye-ri nuclear test site is blown up on May 24, 2018, during its dismantlement.
Recent typhoons that hit North Korea have significantly damaged roads surrounding its Punggye-ri nuclear test facility, according to a U.S.-based monitoring site.
38 North issued a report Thursday citing commercial satellite imagery from September 17 that showed flood waters washed out several sections of a main road, limiting access to the site.
It also said there was no evidence yet of efforts being made for repairs, while few remaining buildings appeared to have been spared.
The North Korea blew up the test site in May 2018 in front of foreign journalists, however, there is speculation the regime is trying to reactivate it.
In July of this year, 38 North said it assessed evidence of maintenance work at the dismantled site.
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