On the afternoon of the 11th, a car crashed into a ramen shop in Kabukicho, Shinjuku, Tokyo, injuring four people.

A man in his 80s who was driving said that he had mistakenly stepped on the accelerator and brake, and the Metropolitan Police Department is investigating the situation of the accident in detail.

According to the Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department, before 2:00 pm on the 11th, there was a 110th call at a ramen shop in Kabukicho saying, "A car rushed in and a customer was involved."



When police officers rushed in, the car broke through the door at the entrance of the store and stopped with a part of it inside the store.



According to the Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department, a total of four people were injured in this accident, but none of them are life-threatening.



A man in his 80s was driving a car, saying that he "wrongly stepped on the accelerator and brake", and the Metropolitan Police Department is investigating the situation of the accident in detail.

A man nearby "I heard a loud noise"

A man in his 40s who was near the scene said, "I was working at another store nearby, but when I went outside because I heard a loud noise, a car was rushing into a ramen shop. The driver is old. He was a man and seemed to be tired. "

Posts about accidents on Twitter one after another

There are several videos and images posted on Twitter related to this accident.



In the video taken by a 19-year-old male college student who was visiting the store, fragments of chairs and desks were scattered in the aisle of the store, and many people were anxious about the situation or contacted by phone. You can see how it is doing.



The man who took the picture said, "I was eating ramen in a private room at the back of the store, but there was a loud noise like a" gun "sounding like an earthquake, so when I looked outside the private room, it looked like smoke or dust. When I went near the entrance, wondering what had happened, two men had collapsed. I was just about to leave the store, so one minute earlier. I might have been involved if I was at the front door, so I'm scared. "

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