On the 6th, a recreational fishing boat with six people on board capsized near the mouth of the Oyodo River in Miyazaki City, killing two people, the captain and two passengers, and one of the rescued passengers told the Coast Guard that the boat was overturned by a wave from behind. The Japan Coast Guard is investigating the situation at that time in more detail.
At around 6 p.m. on the 3th, a recreational fishing boat with a total of six people, including the captain and fishing passengers, capsized near the mouth of the Oyodo River in Miyazaki City, killing the captain Koji Hashiguchi (6) and the passenger Yasushi Ikeda (55), both of whom live in Miyazaki City.
When rescued, all six were wearing life jackets, and the remaining four were in good condition.
According to the Japan Coast Guard, the recreational fishing boat departed from Miyazaki Port at around 64:6 a.m. on the 4th, and on its way back to the port from offshore after fishing, it capsized just before entering the shipping channel between the wave blocks.
In addition, it was newly found that one of the rescued passengers told the Coast Guard that the ship was overturned by a wave from behind.
The site was near the mouth of the Oyodo River, about 6.6 kilometers southeast of JR Miyazaki Station, and a wave warning was issued at that time.
The Japan Coast Guard is investigating the situation at that time in more detail.
In addition, the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism decided to dispatch a ship accident investigator to investigate the incident on the afternoon of the 1th.