On the night of the 16th, a house was burnt in Kizugawa City, Kyoto Prefecture, and police said that after the fire, three parents and children in their 70s and 30s who lived in this house could not be contacted.
Police and fire departments are rushing to confirm the whereabouts of the three and are investigating the cause of the fire.
At around 9:40 pm on the 16th, a nearby resident reported to the fire department that "a fire is coming out of the house" at Saganakadai, Kizugawa City.
Seven fire trucks and other vehicles came out to extinguish the fire, and the fire was extinguished after about four hours.
According to police, the fire broke out in a two-story wooden house, and after the fire, a 71-year-old husband, a 66-year-old wife, and a 35-year-old second son's parents and children could not be contacted. It means that there is.
The 38-year-old eldest son, who lives with him, jumped off the second floor of the house and escaped, and was taken to the hospital, but his life was not different.
Police and fire departments are rushing to confirm the whereabouts of the three people who have lost contact and are investigating the cause of the fire.
The site is a residential area near the prefectural border with Nara prefecture, about 2 km away from Nishi-Kizu station on the JR Gakken Toshi line.
A man in his 80s near the house where the fire broke said, "I heard a terrible bang, and when I went outside, the fire was rising from the second floor of the house. I was surprised and scared by the suddenness. I was talking.Keywords: