Confirmation of death of Vietnamese woman who was washed away by sea Continue searching for men Ibaraki Aug. 13 12:53
On the 12th, on the coast of Kashima City, Ibaraki Prefecture, two Vietnamese men and women who were visiting from Tokyo were washed away into the sea. On the morning of the 13th, a woman was found, and death was confirmed. Police, fire departments, and the Coast Guard continue to search for men whose whereabouts are unknown.
Around 6:00 pm on the 12th, on the coast of Takei Kama, Kashima City, a 25-year-old male office worker and 23-year-old female university student who lived in Tokyo were swept away by the sea and lost their way.
The police, the fire department, and the Coast Guard resumed the search from the morning of the 13th. As a result, a female college student who had fallen to the coast was found before 6 am, and death was confirmed.
The two of them came to the beach with the other five friends on the 12th, and the female college student was hit by a wave and lost their place with a male office worker trying to help.
The police, fire departments, and the Coast Guard dispatched patrol boats to the surrounding waters, and are continuing to search for men whose whereabouts are unknown.
The coast of the site is near a cape of the population called the headland, and swimming was prohibited due to the tendency of offshore currents, and at that time the waves were high due to the influence of typhoon No. 10, and the Mito Regional Meteorological Observatory was worried about waves The news was announced.