The bottom of a swimming pool in Samukawa-machi Kanagawa rose up by 30cm / 60km east from Mt. Fuji

According to Samukawa-machi town government, the bottom of a swimming pool rose up by 30cm on 7/29/2013.

The pool (50m, 16m, 0.8~1m) is run by the town government. A lifeguard found the bottom rose up before the noon of 7/29/2013.

For the security concerns, they are going to close the pool this year. They opened the pool on 7/20/2013.

The town government comments they have no idea about what happened at all. They are to investigate the cause as soon as possible.

The town is 60km east from Mt. Fuji.


The bottom of a swimming pool in Samukawa-machi Kanagawa rose up by 30cm / 60km east from Mt. Fuji



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Le fond d’une piscine de natation de Samukawa-machi dans Kanagawa s’est soulevée de 30 cm / à 60 km à l’est du Mt. Fuji


Selon la municipalité de Samukawa-machi, le fond d’une piscine de natation s’est soulevé de 30 cm le 29 juillet 2013.

La piscine (50 m x 16m x 0.8~1 m) est gérée par la commune. Un maître-nageur a découvert le 20 juillet 2013 peu avant midi que le fond s’était soulevé.
Pour raisons de sécurité, cette piscine sera fermée cette année. Ils l’avaient ouverte ce 20 juillet 2013.
La municipalité a déclaré n’avoir aucune idée de ce qui s’est passé. Ils en cherchent la raison aussi vite que possible.

La ville est à 60 km à l’est du Mt. Fuji  (ndt: “pool “= piscine) :

The bottom of a swimming pool in Samukawa-machi Kanagawa rose up by 30cm / 60km east from Mt. Fuji

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August 2013