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Smoke billows in a fire in a high-rise apartment in Tokyo, Japan

Smoke billows in a fire in a high-rise apartment in Tokyo, Japan

November 11 According to the Japan Broadcasting Association (NHK), a fire broke out in a high-rise building in the center of Tokyo, Japan, at 4 pm local time on the 11th. The local fire department stated that the fire caused no casualties.

At about 4 pm on the 11th local time, a fire broke out in a high-rise building in the center of Tokyo, Japan. The fire blazed into the sky and smoke billowed. Image source: Screenshot of NHK video

According to reports, the fire broke out in a 14-story apartment building in Shinjuku, Tokyo. The fire was on the 10th floor of the building. After the fire broke out, the fire spread rapidly, and the scene was full of flames and smoke billowed.

At about 4pm local time on November 11, a fire broke out in a high-rise building in the center of Tokyo, Japan. The fire was blazing and smoke billowed. Image source: Screenshot of NHK video

According to the report, after receiving the alarm, the local fire department quickly dispatched about 20 fire trucks to extinguish the fire. The fire was basically extinguished after about 2 hours, and a room of about 20 square meters at the fire point was completely destroyed.

The Tokyo Fire Department stated that the fired room was usually used as a warehouse, and the fire caused no casualties.

According to reports, the incident occurred in the center of Tokyo, with many apartments nearby. Currently, the Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department and the Tokyo Fire Department are conducting detailed investigations into the cause of the fire.

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