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2019-09-11T04:11:39.879Z

At the site of Ichihara City, Chiba Prefecture, where a golf driving range pole collapsed due to the strong wind of Typhoon No. 15 and caused serious damage to multiple houses, Paul's still two days later ...



The golf driving range was not removed, but the refugees were dissatisfied on September 11 at 13:03

At the site in Ichihara City, Chiba Prefecture, where a golf driving range pole collapsed due to the strong winds of Typhoon No. 15 and caused severe damage to multiple houses, the pole removal work has not progressed for two days. Some of the surrounding houses recovered from the power outage on the morning of the 11th, but there are still residents who have been forced to evacuate because Paul's removal has not progressed.

In the early morning of the 9th, a strong wind caused by Typhoon No. 15 caused a fall of a golf driving range pole in Ichihara City, Chiba Prefecture. Damage has come out.

Two days have passed since Paul fell, but the removal work has not progressed so far on the site, and the house is still falling.

Some of the surrounding houses were restored to the power outage on the morning of the 11th, but some residents were forced to evacuate because Paul's removal did not proceed, and one of the residents said, “I have not heard of any plans for removal. Still, some of the poles are standing, so I'm worried that they won't fall. I want you to remove them quickly. "

Comments from Ichihara City

Regarding the removal of the golf driving range poles, etc., Ichihara City said, “This is a story about the private sector, so if there are consultations from golf course managers and residents, we will consider the subsequent response as the city Commented. "

The city hasn't taken any specific response so far so far, and it is waiting for the results of discussions between the golf course managers and the residents before starting to consider it.

Source: nhk

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