Dozens of people were injured in a flame in a Japanese animation studio in Kyoto on Thursday, and police treat the fire as an arson, media media reported in Japan.
More than 30 people were injured in the flame, some were reported to have been unconscious, and several people were afraid they had been killed, according to Japanese public television NHK, citing police and rescuers. fire after splashing liquid, according to news. The man was in hospital treatment.
The flame, which began around 10:30, happened at Kyoto Animation, a company known for producing shows and movies, including "Full Metal Panic", "K-On" and "
Frames from Thursday's local TV show showed that black smoke rises from windows on a three-story building, with one side of the building mostly charred in black.