Japanese pupils sentenced to over 1 billion 400 million yen for earthquake and tsunami victims

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 Japanese pupils sentenced to over 1 billion 400 million yen for earthquake and tsunami victims


It was reported that 74 schoolchildren and 10 staff members were killed in the tsunami of the year of the tsunami, and 23 of them were told by family members that the government was required to pay 2 billion 300 million yen for the city and the government of Miyagi county. On March 11, 2017, the Japanese people mourned the victims of the earthquake and tsunami disaster, marking the 6th anniversary earthquake in 2011. The picture shows the Japanese people paying homage to the victims at the memorial service in Tokyo. In October 2016, the Sendai local court decided that if it could be avoided in advance, it would be possible to avoid the death of schoolchildren. Therefore, there was a fault in the asylum, and the government of Shi rolls and Miyagi county must compensate the families of the victims of 1 billion 420 million yen. The case was appealed to the court of second instance. The plaintiff and the defendant had much dispute over whether the tsunami could be predicted before the accident and whether the preventive measures were appropriate before the primary school. The Asahi News reported that the first trial pointed out that on the day of the 311 earthquake, children were guided by their teachers and had been in the campus for about 50 minutes from the time of the earthquake. Originally wanted to take refuge near the height of the embankment, but it was too late for a tsunami. The first trial did not think that the city government was negligent in the pre disaster prevention system, but the teacher could foresee the tsunami 7 minutes before the tsunami, as long as the schoolboy was able to take refuge in the rear of the mountain for about 2 minutes on foot, so the teachers were in fault. Compared with the judge of the first instance that the case was negligent in the asylum, the second instance judge thought that the disaster prevention measures before the disaster were not comprehensive. On March 11, 2017, the Japanese people mourned the victims of the earthquake and tsunami disaster, marking the 6th anniversary earthquake in 2011. The picture shows the Japanese people paying homage to victims in the disaster area of Sendai. The ruling group said that the decision on the tsunami triggered by the earthquake was considered to be the first case that the disaster prevention measures before the earthquake were incomplete and demanded compensation. After the verdict of the second instance, many of the school children gathered in the hall of the court and wept. Imano Hiroyuki, a family member of the victims of the death, said he expressed thanks to the assistance from all walks of life to get the result of the decision. The result represented the courts agreement on the organizational responsibility of the case. It was not only responsible for the teachers at the time, including the school principals and the Education Committee of the city, hoping that the decision would be helpful. Disaster prevention work in the future. Source: China News Net editor: Zhu Xiaodong _NBJS6126