On the morning of the 10th, a passenger car rushed into a cafe near JR Kochi Station, injuring five women in the store.
A man in his 70s was driving a car, and police arrested him on the spot on suspicion of negligent driving injuries and are investigating the situation in detail.
A passenger car rushed into a cafe in Sakaeda-cho, Kochi City around 9 am on the 10th.
According to the fire department, five women were injured in the accident and were taken to a hospital for treatment.
All of them are conscious and there is no difference in life.
In the video taken by NHK, the passenger car broke the glass of the store from the front and the car body almost completely plunged into the store.
Police have arrested a man in his 70s who was driving a car on the spot on suspicion of negligent driving injuries and are investigating the details of the accident.
The site is a cafe located about 100 meters northwest of JR Kochi Station, and there are condominiums, hotels, and stores in the vicinity.