Miyazaki Shiiba Village Search resumes for four people unknown in landslide

Miyazaki Shiiba Village 4 people unknown due to landslides Search resumed September 9 at 8:08 a.m.

At the site in Shiiba Village, Miyazaki Prefecture, where houses and other buildings were washed away by heavy rain caused by Typhoon No. 10, and the whereabouts of four construction company officials were lost,
More than 200 people, including police and fire officials, went out and conducted a large-scale search, but it was not found, and the search resumed in the morning on the 9th.
In Shiiba Village, Miyazaki Prefecture, it rained more than 500 millimeters due to Typhoon No. 10, and the slope of the mountain in Shimofukuro area collapsed and the president’s home and office of the construction company were washed away.

The president, who is in his 70s, escaped from the sand on his own, but his wife in his 60s, his son in his 30s, and two Vietnamese technical intern trainees, all of whom are in their 20s, have lost their whereabouts.

On the 8th, a search was carried out by 260 people, including police and local fire brigades, and although they continued their activities near the site and below the river where sediment flowed in, the search was stopped at 8 p.m.

On the 9th, the fire department resumed its search operations before 8 a.m., and we are still looking for clues for four people.