So far, Ive never been taken care of so carefully by anyone else. Four months ago, 36 people were killed with a fire, and the arsonist of the famous Japanese animation studio jingani (Kyoto animation) was killed. 14 days ago, he expressed his gratitude to the medical staff in this way.
After Seiji Aoye set fire to the first studio of jingani on July 18, he was hospitalized in a hospital in Osaka for serious burns. According to Japans Kyoto News on the 15th, on the 14th, Shinji Aoye transferred from a hospital in Osaka to a hospital in the city of Beijing. According to the report, the Kyoto government police plan to wait for his injury to return to a state where he is no longer in danger of life and can be detained, and then arrest him according to the previously issued arrest warrant.
Screenshot of Kyoto News Report
According to hospital sources, the company is now out of danger of wound infection and other complications, and can speak and walk independently. Before transferring to another hospital, he expressed his gratitude to the medical staff who treated him: so far, I have never been taken care of so carefully by others.
Kyoto News said that at about 9:00 on the 14th, Seiji Aoye left the hospital in Osaka by ambulance on a stretcher bed and arrived at the hospital in Kyoto at about 10:15. The report described that at that time, the company was transported into the hospital under the cover of a towel and surrounded by medical personnel.
Qingye Zhen Si was transported to the ambulance on a stretcher bed. Tuyuan: Kyoto News
It is reported that at around 10:30 a.m. on July 18, the company sprinkled gasoline on the first floor of the first studio of jingani and set the building on fire. A total of 36 people were killed and 33 others were injured in varying degrees. Japanese police later issued an arrest warrant to Seiji Aoye on suspicion of murder, but because the suspect was burned all over himself during the arson, he was first sent to a hospital in the capital city for treatment; on July 20, the suspect was transferred to a hospital in Osaka Prefecture, where he could have better treatment, and received skin transplantation and postoperative rehabilitation.
The first studio of jingani was burned, 36 people died and 33 people were injured
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