On the morning of the 14th, a man near a pedestrian crossing in front of Shibuya Station in Tokyo was hit by a fixed-route bus and died.
The Metropolitan Police Department has arrested the bus driver and is investigating the detailed situation at that time.
After 9:30 am on the 14th, a man near the pedestrian crossing in Dogenzaka, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo was hit by a fixed-route bus.
The man was treated by paramedics at the scene, but died shortly after hitting his head hard.
According to the Metropolitan Police Department, it is believed that the man was wearing a uniform like a security guard and was in charge of traffic control nearby.
Also, from witnesses, it seems that the traffic light on the bus side was blue at that time.
The route bus was operated by Keio Bus, and there were no injuries to passengers.
A male driver in his 40s on the bus said, "I felt like I had stepped on something," and the Metropolitan Police Department arrested him on the spot on suspicion of lethal accidental driving and is investigating the detailed situation at that time. I will.
The site is very close to the scrambled intersection in Shibuya and is usually a busy place.