Police sent documents to an office worker in his twenties on suspicion of violating the Road Traffic Act, alleging that he obstructed the progress of ambulances during emergency driving from May to July on a city road in Akita City.
In response to the investigation, he admitted the suspicion and said, "I usually thought that the siren was noisy and harassed me."
The document was sent to a male office worker in his twenties in Akita City, and according to police, he suddenly stopped on a city road near a hospital in Akita City six times from May to July and made an emergency run. There is a suspicion of violating the Road Traffic Act, which obstructed the progress by suspending or decelerating the ambulances and rescue vehicles inside.
When the police who received the report from the fire department examined the video of the drive recorder, it was confirmed that this office worker interfered.
The ambulance and rescue vehicle were on their way to transport the suddenly ill and to the scene of the traffic accident, but they did not affect their activities.
According to the police, the office worker admitted to the investigation and said, "I usually thought that the siren was noisy and harassed me."