The fire point in Shouli City, Japan, or on the first floor of the main hall may be low

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 The fire point in Shouli City, Japan, or on the first floor of the main hall may be low


Beijing, Nov. 3 (Xinhua) - a fire broke out in Shouli City, Naha City, Okinawa County, Japan, which is the world cultural heritage site, killing major buildings. At present, Okinawa County police have basically determined that the fire point is located on the first floor of the main hall of Shouli City, and the cause of the fire is still under investigation, but police believe that the possibility of arson is not high.

According to reports, according to the testimony of the security guards and the pictures taken by the surveillance camera, the Okinawa County Police basically determined that the fire point of the shoulicheng fire was located on the first floor of the main hall of the shoulicheng. After that, the site investigation will be promoted and the cause of the fire will be locked up.

On October 31, 2019 local time, a fire broke out in Naha City, Okinawa County, Japan, the world cultural heritage site of Shouli City, Okinawa. The fire was very fierce. The main hall, the South Hall and the North Hall were almost all burned down, and the scene was in a mess.

According to the fire department, at 2:34 a.m. on October 31, the sensor of heat alarm in the main hall of shoulicheng was activated, and the fire arrived at 2:50. According to relevant people, the surveillance camera took pictures of the appearance of the main hall and recorded the scene of flames from inside to outside on the east side of the first floor of the main hall before the fire arrived.

The camera also captured the scene of water curtain spraying to prevent fire from invading from the outside, temporarily delaying the fire, and the security personnel arriving at the scene to carry out initial fire fighting.

After the fire was put out on November 1, Japanese police and firefighters were still conducting on-site investigation near the north side of the main hall. The main work was to remove the debris. It is estimated that it will take time to lock the cause of the fire.

Japanese police said there was no sign of an invasion from the outside and that the possibility of arson was low. Since the power distribution equipment is near the fire, the police are investigating whether it is related to the fire.

It is estimated that in the fire, the total area of 7 main facilities such as the main hall of shoulicheng was over 4800 square meters, and more than 400 pieces of collection such as lacquerware and painting were burned.

Source of this article: responsible editor of China new Internet: Yu changzong ufe63 nbj11145