Akita governor suddenly had nosebleed during a press conference




Akita governor Satake Norihisa had nosebleed suddenly during a press conference of 5/26/2014.

He was visiting Tokyo the previous day.


He treated it by himself and continued the press conference to state he was just too excited yesterday.

It is known Chernobyl victims experienced sudden and intense nosebleed. (cf, チェルノブイリの記憶~原発から1300km地点での鼻血、甲状腺機能障害 [URL])


↓ He notices his nosebleed at 15:55 ~





You read this now because we’ve been surviving until today.


Français :

Le gouverneur d’Akita se met soudain à saigner du nez en pleine conférence de presse


M. Satake Norihisa gouverneur de la préfecture d’Akita s’es soudain mis à saigner du nez au cours de la conférence de presse du 26 mai 2014.
Il était allé à Tokyo la veille.

Il s’est soigné lui-même et a continué la conférence de presse en affirmant qu’il avait seulement été trop excité la veille.
On sait que les victimes de Tchernobyl étaient sujettes à de brusques et violents saignements de nez. (cf. News: チェルノブイリの記憶~原発から1300km地点での鼻血、甲状腺機能障害)


↓ Il remarque qu’il saigne du nez vers 15:55


Vous pouvez lire ceci parce que nous avons survécu jusqu’à aujourd’hui.

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May 2014