It has been reported more than thirty people are dead at a Kyoto anime studio. The reports suggest that Kyoto anime studio was lit on fire by an approximately forty-year-old man. The man was very furious and kept shouting “Drop dead!” and “Die!”. Further details reveal the man used petrol to light up the building.
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Kyoto anime studio: Crime is punishable by death
The unfortunate event took place at Kyoto anime studio at about 10:30 A.M. on Friday. The identity of the suspect is not yet revealed; in fact, nobody even knows if he has any connections to the Kyoto anime studio.
He was injured as well and is been taken care of at a hospital at Kyoto. The motive behind the mass killing is still unclear. However, the crime is punishable by death in Japan.
The Kyoto animation’s main studio which is a three-floored building was accommodated with more than seventy people during the alleged attack. Japan last witnessed a mass killing at such a level approximately twenty years back.
Washington post revealed that twenty out of thirty-three people who were murdered were women. Apart from the thirty-three people a number of people are injured and are taken care of.
BREAKING: A fire has engulfed Kyoto Animation's studio. NHK reports that more than 30 people are injured, including 10 critically.
— The Japan Times (@japantimes) July 18, 2019
The prime minister of Japan Shinzo Abe is appalled by the accident and couldn’t gather any words to say on twitter.
The fire was devastating
The fire was devastating. After it was cooled down a number of dead bodies were seen scattered across the building. The people who witnessed the crime scene shared four dead bodies were found on the stairs while eleven on the 2nd floor. While twenty bodies were found on the 3rd floor.
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The president of the animation company Hideaki Hatta shared how broken-hearted he was. Kyoto Animation, also known as KyoAni was founded in the year 1981 by Yoko Hatta. Today it is a successful company that produces several shows on schoolgirls as well as a number of good-quality feature films.
The anime fans all around the world have already raised $420,000 online to help the injured.
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