More than 20 people were affected by the South Temple in Kyoto, Japan, and more than 4 people were affected.

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 More than 20 people were affected by the South Temple in Kyoto, Japan, and more than 4 people were affected.


According to reports, the local time on May 2nd morning at about 11:30, the police received a notification that some visitors in the South Zen temple smell like the general odor of drugs, the symptoms of dyspnea. At the time, the police said there were about 50 people nearby, and more than 20 tourists were sore throat, including 4 women aged 20 to 74, who had been treated for medical treatment and were inanimate. It is reported that the Japanese Buddhist monastery is a famous Maple resort in Kyoto. It is at the time of the golden week holiday in Japan, and many tourists come to visit it. A Japanese man from Aichi County, Japan, said it began to feel like powdery in his throat and the people coughed at the same time; it felt like inhaling particles, then it was hard to breathe, and the naked eye looked like running into the throat. It was a horror. According to reports, the Beijing metropolitan fire department dispatched 7 fire engines and 5 ambulances to the scene. Then, the crowd was evacuated and someone was carrying a stretcher in and out of the South Temple. Source: China News Net editor: Huang Zhecheng _B9302