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He suffered 48 deaths from the Japan earthquake

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Between the 7.6 earthquake that struck the western coast of the center of Japanthe number of deaths suffered a 48 deaths. The city of Wajima, which is located very close to the epicenter, is one of the most punished cities for this time recorded in the 1st December poll, and the destruction of 25 buildings has now been accounted for, in its largest private homes.

The rescue work continues before the possibility of meeting trapped people near the remains of 14 of these buildings, according to the data on the body of bombers in the city. Among the culprits there were 19 victims in the city Wajima20 in Suzu, 5 in Nanao, 2 in Anamizu, 1 in Hakui and 1 in Shiga, all of them in the Ishikawa prefecture, which suffered significant structural damage and fires.

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House totally destroyed by the 7.6 degree earthquake. PHOTO:
KAZUHIRO NOGI / AFP

The rescues are complicated by the difficulty involved

The first Japanese minister, Fumio Kishida, on the street of the outlet it is signaled that the same person will be at the disposal of the management of the disaster; “If you are the director general, you will move to the Self-Defense Forces, to the Japanese Coast Guardto the bombers is the police”. The politician also assured that it is extremely difficult for vehicles to access the areas in the north of the Noto peninsula and that the Government has sent the ministers by boat.

Body of bombers carrying out rescue operations in Wajima. PHOTO: KAZUHIRO NOGI / AFP

According to the latest figures as of Tuesday 2 January, 32 thousand people have been evacuated in the prefectures of Ishikawa, Toyama and other searched areas, while air transport services and local trains have also been suspended, as is the number of passengers. without light, mainly in Ishikawa, it has been around for decades.

The conditions of the carriages have complicated the accesses for the rescue operations. PHOTO: KAZUHIRO NOGI / AFP

Alrededor de mil efectivos de las Self-defense forces Japanese people participate in the rescue operations at 9.30 am local time in Japan, more than 46,000 people remain evacuated in the prefectures of Ishikawa and Toyama.

With information from EFE

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