Japanese media: the fire source of the Forbidden City in Ryukyu or no automatic fire-fighting equipment in the main hall

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 Japanese media: the fire source of the Forbidden City in Ryukyu or no automatic fire-fighting equipment in the main hall


In the early morning of October 31 local time, a fire broke out in shoulicheng, a famous tourist center in Okinawa, Japan. The main hall, the North Hall and the south hall were all destroyed. According to the latest news of Ryukyu news, the source of the fire in shoulicheng is likely to be in the main hall. According to the Naha municipal government, there is no automatic fire-fighting equipment installed in the main hall. At present, NABA police department is continuing to trace the detailed cause of the fire.

Screenshot of Ryukyu news report

The Ryukyu news said that after the fire, the Naha municipal government held an emergency meeting this morning, hoping to find out the cause of the fire as soon as possible, and on this basis, rebuild the capital as soon as possible. According to the local fire department, the source of the fire is likely to be located in the main hall. According to the municipal government, there are no automatic water discharge and fire-fighting equipment in the main hall.

According to reports, there are drainage devices under the eaves outside the main hall of shoulicheng, and water guns are also arranged outside. At present, staff are still confirming whether these devices operate normally. According to the report, the local fire department will check the citys fire-fighting equipment on a regular basis every year, and hold fire-fighting training once a year, and ensure the presence of government personnel during each training.

In the early morning of October 31 local time, a fire broke out in shoulicheng, a famous Okinawa tourist center in Japan. Photo source: Ryukyu new news

At about 2:40 a.m. local time, shoulicheng security guards saw black smoke rising and called the Naha fire department, Asahi Shimbun reported Monday. After receiving the alarm, Naha Fire Department asked for support from the surrounding fire department. At present, more than 20 fire trucks have been deployed and nearly 100 firefighters have participated in the rescue.

Shouli city is built of wood. The main hall was completely burned. The adjacent North and South halls were also burned. Mars splashed into the nearby Okinawa County Art University, causing a fire in the miscellaneous woods. Shouli city is currently holding a Shouli City sacrifice and it is uncertain whether relevant personnel were present at the time of the fire.

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