Cedar tree in Saitama suddenly fell down for unknown reason, a woman injured
At 13:45 of 12/4/2012, a tree suddenly fell off and a woman (47) got her head hit strongly and was squashed by the tree.
It was a tree in Takinomiya shrine in Fukaya city Saitama, 20m tall and 30cm diameter.
Police is investigating the reason of this tree’s falling down.
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Le 4 décembre 2012 à 13:45, un arbre s’est soudainement abattu et une femme (47 ans) a été violemment frappée à la tête et écrasée par l’arbre.
C’était un arbre de Takinomiya shrine dans la commune de Fukaya à Saitama, 20 m de haut et 30 cm de diamètre.
La police enquête sur la raison de la chute de cet arbre.
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