Japan: arrest a man for walking in the train tracks bullet

Japan: arrest a man for walking in the train tracks bullet

On November 27, the Gifu Prefecture Police Department in Japan stopped an unemployed man of 48 years, originally from Tokyo, suspected of violating the Special Provisions Law of Shinkansen. The subject was stopped under the suspicion of having entered the tracks from the Gifu-Hashima station of the Tokaido-Shinkansen line at 11:40 hours on November 27.

Japan: arrest a man for walking in the train tracks bullet

According to the reports, an employee of the station saw the man running through the tracks and grabbed him when he went up the platform. It is mentioned that the bullet train did not stop nor passed through the place while the man was on the tracks, but the service was delayed up to nine minutes. The police have not confirmed the details of the arrest or the interrogation, so there are still not clear the reasons for him.

The Shinkansen (新 幹線) is Japan's high-speed rail network that connects most of the city of the Honshu and Kyushu Islands. The well-known bullet train circulates in length of up to 3,050 kilometers at speeds up to 320 kilometers per hour. Shinkansen routes are completely separated from conventional routes, which is why the train practically never stops elsewhere other than seasons, being the highest speed and more punctual transport means. The ways, therefore, can not be invaded in any way, as the authorities consider it a punishable action.

Source: otakomu | Japan

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