China News Service, November 29. According to a comprehensive Japanese media report, on the morning of the 29th local time, a fire broke out in the warehouse of a logistics company in Kasaka District, Osaka, Japan. The fire is still spreading and the area of ​​fire is nearly 30,000 square meters.

No one has been injured at this time.

  According to reports, on the morning of the 29th local time, a male employee of the "Hitachi Logistics West Japan" company located in this flower district of Osaka called the police that the company had "a carton on the south side of the first floor on fire."

  According to the local police, as of 1:30 pm local time, the area of ​​the warehouse and other fires is estimated to be about 30,000 square meters.

The fire department dispatched 64 fire trucks and 1 helicopter to extinguish the fire.

  The police said that there are currently no reports of injured persons or persons who were not evacuated in time.

  According to reports, black smoke was blowing from the fire scene and the fire truck continued to spray water.

There are police officers nearby to implement traffic control, reminding you not to approach the scene.

  Tomioka Mirai (44), who works nearby, said anxiously: "At first I thought it was morning fog, but after a while, thick black smoke came out of the building, and then I realized that there was a fire. I heard several things collapsed. The loud noise is terrible."

  According to reports, the fire site was located in Maishima, an artificial island in Osaka Bay, where logistics warehouses and entertainment facilities were concentrated.