Kyo-ani arson case 3 people still in danger of life August 16th 17:51
“Kyoto Animation” studio was set to fire, 35 employees were killed and 34 people were seriously injured. According to the police, eight people are still hospitalized, and three of them are at risk of life and continue to be treated hard.
On the 18th of last month, gasoline was fired in the first studio of “Kyoto Animation” in Fushimi-ku, Kyoto.
According to the police, there were 70 employees from the age of 61 to 61 in the three-story studio, 11 people on the 1st floor, 32 people on the 2nd floor, 27 people on the 3rd floor. Thirty-five people died after running late.
Only one person on the first floor was safe and the remaining 34 people were saved by jumping off the veranda, but suffered serious injuries such as burns and broken bones.
Eight people are still hospitalized, and three of them are at risk of life and continue to be treated hard.
On the other hand, the police are investigating the circumstances of the case by taking arrest warrants for Shinji Aoba (41) for murder and arson that killed 35 people.
However, it seems that it will still take time to elucidate the motives, because Aoba is also getting burned severely and being treated at the hospital, and sometimes he can open his eyes but still can not hear the story. The
People constantly visiting the flower garden
The flower stand installed near the “Kyoto Animation” studio in Fushimi-ku, Kyoto, was temporarily removed on the 14th in preparation for the approach of Typhoon No. 10, but it was installed again around 10 am on the 16th. .
It will be one month on the 18th since the incident occurred, but people who visit the flower arrangement stand constantly, and those who have used the Bon Festival on the 16th and foreign students from other countries turn their hands together or join hands. It was.
Someone who visited the office prayed for an early recovery of employees who were involved in the incident and were still hospitalized and treated.
A man in his twenties who came from Osaka said, “I just want to get better. And I want to get better and make animation sooner.”
A man in his 30s who came from Tokyo said, “I am full of feelings that I can't do. I think it is very difficult for the victims to recover, but they will heal their wounds as soon as possible and head toward the work. I want you to give me a message. "
A woman who came to study abroad from Indonesia said, “When I was depressed, I was saved by Kyo Ani's work. I wrote a letter of gratitude and a feeling I would never forget on my card.” It was.