Chiba Ichihara September 14, 12:01
In Ichihara City, Chiba Prefecture, where a large-scale blackout due to Typhoon No. 15 occurred, a club was held on 11th of this month while many junior high schools were closed, and two students were transported due to heat stroke. I understood that. In addition to including students whose homes were out of power, and the arrival of ambulances were delayed due to the impact of the typhoon, the sponsored school board said, “I think the decision to implement is reasonable, but that the carrier came out. Is sorry. "
In Ichihara City, Chiba Prefecture, a maximum of 65,000 households suffered a power outage due to Typhoon No. 15, and more than 10,000 households have not been restored.
Many junior high schools in the city took measures to close school and shorten classes, but on the 11th, a prefectural meeting was held at the stadium in the city, with a total of over 500 people. It was found by interviews with the Board of Education that two of the participants were transported to the hospital on suspicion of heat stroke.
One of them had a power outage at home, and an ambulance was called from outside the city due to the typhoon, so it took time to arrive, but it did not matter.
The Ichihara City Board of Education sponsored, “The day before, the National Sports Federation consulted whether or not it could be implemented, but next month there was a tournament. "I ’m sorry that the carrier came out.”
Regarding the event management of club activities in the event of a disaster, the Sports Agency says that there is no clear rule, but it is left to the judgment of the field, but Professor Yutaka Naganuma of Gakushuin University who is familiar with the actual situation of club activities, etc. I was surprised that the tournament was held while I couldn't live my daily life.Although I understand that it is difficult to postpone, the student works hard with the feeling of representing the school. I should think more. "