The roof collapsed at the gas station. Was it winded by strong winds? Chiba Tateyama 9 September 9:58
Late on the night of 8th, I found that the roof of the refueling space collapsed at a gas station in Tateyama City, Chiba Prefecture. It seems that there was a strong wind from a typhoon and no one was injured.
According to Tateyama City, Chiba Prefecture, at around 11:30 pm on August 8, a fire brigade that had been patroling to watch out for typhoons found the roof of the gas station in Tateyama City's Hojo collapsed.
According to the city, the metal pillar that supports the roof of the refueling space, which is about 10 meters wide and about 12 meters deep, was bent in the middle, and the machine used for refueling was damaged. That is.
The gas station was out of business hours with no employees or customers and no injuries. The fire department confirmed that no oil was leaking.
According to the Japan Meteorological Agency, Tateyama City observed a maximum instantaneous wind speed of 31.3 meters at around 0:30 am on the 9th.