[Breaking news] Haneda Airport accident Japan Airlines holds press conference
At around 5:47 p.m. on the 2nd, Japan Airlines Flight 516, which was heading from New Chitose Airport at Haneda Airport in Ota Ward, Tokyo, collided with a Japan Coast Guard aircraft immediately after landing. Japan Airlines held a press conference at 10:45 pm on the 2nd.
[Breaking news] Haneda Airport accident: Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism and Japan Coast Guard press conference
The press conference between the Civil Aviation Bureau of the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism and the Japan Coast Guard began at the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism after 9:15 p.m.
[Breaking news] Haneda Airport accident Future flight information
According to Japan Airlines, all flights departing from and arriving at Haneda Airport on the two days following the accident have been cancelled.
Noto Peninsula earthquake from NHK coverage video
This earthquake caused major damage, including fires and collapsed buildings, in a wide area, mainly on the Noto Peninsula in Ishikawa Prefecture. We have investigated in detail the damage points on the Noto Peninsula from the footage that NHK has covered and the footage that has been submitted by viewers, and compiled them into a map. (Information is up to 3pm on the 2nd)
Noto Peninsula Earthquake: “One of the causes was fluid flowing underground” Expert
Seismic activity has been increasing in the Noto Peninsula since 2020, and it was pointed out that one of the causes was fluid flowing underground. Professor Takuya Nishimura of the Disaster Prevention Research Institute, Kyoto University, who has been conducting analysis, says that seismic activity caused by this fluid may have been the trigger for this major earthquake, and that there is a possibility that it will affect seismic activity over a wider range in the future. It is important to be careful not to affect the situation.
JAL plane collides with Japan Coast Guard aircraft and catches fire; expert: “Fuel ignited inside the wing?”
Regarding this accident, former Japan Airlines captain and aviation critic Hiroyuki Kobayashi said, ``Judging from the speed of the fire, it is possible that the fire caused by the impact of the aircraft's collision ignited the fuel tank inside the wing.'' The impact of the aircraft collision damaged the fuel tank, causing fuel to leak, and the engine was hot, so it is thought that the fire started there.Normally, when a fire occurs, flames rise. They evacuated using the door on one side that was not closed, but the fact that everyone had already evacuated from the aircraft means that the passengers and the captain acted calmly as they had been trained to do.As a former captain, I am very relieved.'' I was talking. He also said, ``There was a similar incident in the past where jumbo planes collided with each other in fog on an island in the North Atlantic Ocean, but I don't think there are many cases like this at Japanese airports.''
[Instantaneous video] Something like white smoke is seen inside the plane, probably filmed by a passenger
In footage from a camera installed by NHK at Haneda Airport, you can see flames suddenly erupting from the plane just after it landed on the runway around 5:47 p.m. After that, the plane was seen proceeding down the runway with flames rising.
Mayor of Suzu: “The damage is devastating. 4,000-5,000 households cannot live in their homes.”
A meeting of the Ishikawa Prefecture Disaster Countermeasures Headquarters was held, and Mayor Izumiya of Suzu City, who attended online, reported on the situation: ``4,000 to 5,000 households are unable to live in their homes.''
Spreading false information on social media that stirs up anxiety, such as “the cause is an artificial earthquake”
Regarding the recent earthquake and tsunami, false information is being spread on the old Twitter account X, but as confirmed by NHK's reporting team, there is no basis for inciting anxiety by claiming that the cause of the earthquake was an "artificial earthquake." There is widespread misinformation about the situation at nuclear power plants and evacuation centers. If it spreads easily, there is a risk of confusion during rescue operations and evacuations in the disaster area, so a calm response is necessary.
[Live video/Breaking news] Japan Airlines aircraft catches fire at Haneda Airport
Footage from a camera installed by NHK at Haneda Airport shows flames coming out of the windows of a Japan Airlines plane just after 6 p.m. on the 2nd. There was also black smoke coming out, and the video shows that firefighting efforts are being carried out. Multiple fire trucks are seen at the scene, spraying water with hoses.
Ishikawa: Seismic intensity 5+ in Noto region (17:13)
There was an earthquake at around 5:13 pm on the 2nd. The areas where seismic intensity of 4 or higher is currently observed are as follows. ▼A seismic intensity of 5 or above occurred in the Noto region of Ishikawa Prefecture. Please pay attention to future information.
[Summary of press conference] Chief Cabinet Secretary Hayashi: “Support troops will be sent by air; arrangements are being made for sea routes.”
Chief Cabinet Secretary Hayashi held a press conference after 3:30 pm on the 2nd regarding the Ishikawa-Noto earthquake with a magnitude 7 seismic intensity. This is a summary of the statements made at the press conference.
Hokuriku Shinkansen resumes operations on all lines All suspensions of Shinkansen operations are canceled
According to JR East, operation of the Hokuriku Shinkansen was suspended between Toyama Station and Nagano Station due to the earthquake on the 1st, but operations resumed on the entire line at 3:20 pm on the 2nd. The Joetsu Shinkansen resumed operation on all lines at 2:38 p.m. on the 2nd, and all suspensions of Shinkansen operations due to the earthquake on the 1st have been resolved.
Joetsu Shinkansen resumes operation on all lines
According to JR East, the Joetsu Shinkansen had been suspended on the inbound line between Niigata Station and Echigo-Yuzawa Station, but operations resumed at 2:38 p.m. on the 2nd. The Joetsu Shinkansen has now resumed operation on all lines.
Rain is expected in Ishikawa Prefecture from late on the night of the 2nd. Be careful of landslides.
In Ishikawa Prefecture, which was affected by this earthquake, rain is expected to fall from late on the night of the 2nd until the 4th. As the ground has loosened in some places due to the shaking of the earthquake, even a small amount of rain could increase the risk of landslides, and the Japan Meteorological Agency is urging people to be careful.
Shiga Nuclear Power Plant: Partial off-site power supply continues to be unusable, considering how to proceed with recovery
According to Hokuriku Electric Power Company, the Shiga Nuclear Power Plant in Shiga Town, Ishikawa Prefecture, which experienced a seismic intensity of 7 on the 1st, continues to be partially unable to use the system that receives electricity from outside. Hokuriku Electric Power is considering how to proceed with restoration, as power is secured for equipment important for safety by receiving electricity from other systems.
Approximately 500 people stranded at Noto Airport due to road closure
According to the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism, approximately 500 people at Noto Airport in Wajima City, Ishikawa Prefecture, including passengers and nearby residents, have evacuated to the airport's parking lot, but the nearby roads have been cut off and the airport is isolated. That's it.
Earthquake Ishikawa Wajima Fire around ``Asaichi Dori'' about 200 buildings burned
In Kawai-cho, located in the center of Wajima City, where a seismic intensity of 6+ was observed, a fire broke out on the evening of the 1st near Asaichi-dori, a well-known tourist attraction. According to the fire department, it is estimated that approximately 200 buildings have been destroyed so far. It means that it will be done.
Ishikawa Wajima Earthquake causes crustal movement to move approximately 1m30cm westward Geographical Survey Institute of Japan
Regarding the large earthquake that occurred in the Noto region of Ishikawa Prefecture on the evening of the 1st, the Geospatial Information Authority of Japan conducted a detailed investigation of GPS observation data and found that an observation point on the Noto Peninsula near the epicenter moved westward by approximately 1 meter and 30 cm. I found out that
Hokuriku Shinkansen Kanazawa-Toyama operation resumed, Toyama-Nagano operation suspended
According to JR West, operation of the Hokuriku Shinkansen was suspended between Kanazawa and Nagano stations due to equipment inspection, but operations resumed on the up and down lines between Kanazawa and Toyama stations at 10:34 a.m. did. Service will continue to be suspended between Toyama Station and Nagano Station, and according to JR East, service is expected to resume on all lines around 3:00 pm on the 2nd.
Japan Meteorological Agency press conference: ``Sufficient care must be taken when working in the sea.''
Regarding this earthquake, the Japan Meteorological Agency held a press conference from around 10:30 a.m. on the 2nd.
[Live streaming] Prime Minister Kishida press conference in Noto How to respond to an earthquake with a seismic intensity of 7
In response to this earthquake, Prime Minister Kishida convened an ``emergency disaster response headquarters'' with himself as the head on the morning of the 2nd. A press conference will be held from 9:45 a.m. on the 2nd.
[Evacuation status 2nd] More than 46,000 people evacuated in Ishikawa and Toyama prefecture (9:30)
As of 9:30 a.m. on the 2nd, more than 46,000 people have been evacuated in Ishikawa and Toyama prefectures due to the earthquake that was observed in the Noto region of Ishikawa Prefecture with a seismic intensity of 7. We summarize the evacuation situation in each region.
All tsunami warnings lifted at 10 a.m. Japan Meteorological Agency
The Japan Meteorological Agency recently lifted the tsunami advisory that had been issued for the Sea of Japan coast from Hokkaido to the San'in area, as well as Iki and Tsushima in Nagasaki Prefecture, at 10 a.m. All tsunami warnings due to this earthquake have now been lifted. The Japan Meteorological Agency is urging people to be careful when working in the sea, as it is likely that the tide level will continue to change slightly over the next day or so.
Ishikawa Wajima 3 people rescued from collapsed building, 1 person unconscious, Self-Defense Forces continue rescue
According to the Ministry of Defense, in Wajima City, Ishikawa Prefecture, where earthquakes with an intensity of 6+ were observed, members of the Japan Air Self-Defense Force's Wajima Branch Base are rescuing people stranded in collapsed buildings.
[Traffic impact: 2nd day] Shinkansen and air services continue to be disrupted for 2nd day, with road disruptions
Due to the earthquake that registered a magnitude 7 earthquake in the Noto region of Ishikawa Prefecture on the 1st, the Hokuriku Shinkansen, limited express trains, and air services have been disrupted for the 2nd day, with suspensions and flight cancellations. A summary of transportation information in each region updated from time to time.
[Aerial footage] Many buildings collapsed in Suzu City, multiple ships capsized at the port
In Suzu City, Ishikawa Prefecture, where a seismic intensity of 6+ was observed, a fire broke out in a house after the earthquake, but according to the fire department, the fire was almost extinguished around 3 a.m. on the 2nd. The details of the fire are not yet known, and police and fire departments are currently gathering information on whether there are any injuries or not.
Ishikawa: Roads around Wajima City are disrupted; on-site confirmation not possible; supplies insufficient
Most of the roads in the area heading towards Wajima City, Ishikawa Prefecture, where shaking with an intensity of 6 or above was observed, have been cut off and are now impassable due to the earthquake. As a result, many personnel from related organizations heading to the area are stranded, unable to fully assess the situation, and there is also a shortage of relief supplies.
[Damage summary 2nd] 4 people died in Ishikawa prefecture, others injured in various places
An earthquake with a seismic intensity of 7 occurred in the Noto region on the 1st. As of 1:30 a.m. on the 2nd, Ishikawa Prefecture announced that four people had died in the earthquake. According to NHK's interviews with local governments and hospitals, as of 6 a.m. on the 2nd, multiple people were injured and buildings had collapsed in five prefectures: Ishikawa, Niigata, Fukui, Toyama, and Gifu. There is also information that residents who were unable to flee were left behind in their homes. We will update you on the damage in each area from time to time.
[Broadcasting video] Fire and collapse in the center of Ishikawa Wajima City, over 50 buildings burned
More than 12 hours have passed since the fire broke out in Kawai Town, in the center of Wajima City, Ishikawa Prefecture, on the 1st, when shaking with a magnitude 6 or above was observed, and efforts are still underway to put out the fire. According to the fire department, the fire occurred near Asaichi Street, a well-known tourist attraction, and it is believed that more than 50 buildings, including shops and residences, have been destroyed so far. The fire department continues to extinguish the fire and is currently assessing the extent of human damage. Video taken by an NHK helicopter around 6:50 a.m. shows a fire occurring in the area of Asaichi Dori, a well-known tourist attraction, with flames coming out of multiple locations and white smoke rising over a wide area. You can check. Surrounding buildings are charred black, and some buildings are burnt to the ground. Surrounding buildings are charred black, and some buildings are burnt to the ground. It can also be seen that a building that appears to be 7 stories tall has fallen sideways. You can see the words "Gotoya" on the side of the building. According to the fire department, there is information that the building of a long-established Wajima lacquerware company in Kawai-cho, Wajima City has collapsed, and we are currently investigating.
[Lifeline 2nd] Shinkansen and air services disrupted for 2nd day, water and power outages also occur
Due to the earthquake that registered a magnitude 7 seismic intensity in the Noto region of Ishikawa Prefecture on the 1st, the Hokuriku Shinkansen, limited express trains, and air services are expected to continue to be disrupted for the next 2 days, with suspensions and flight cancellations. We will provide a regularly updated summary of the impact on traffic, power outages, communications, etc. in each region.
Earthquake magnitude 7 in Ishikawa Tsunami advisory issued from Hokkaido to China's Sea of Japan coast, etc.
On the evening of the 1st, there was an earthquake with its epicenter in the Noto region of Ishikawa Prefecture, and shaking with an intensity of 7 was observed in Shiga Town. Tsunami advisories continue to be issued for areas along the Sea of Japan coast from Hokkaido to the Chugoku region, and please stay away from the coast and river mouths. There have been a number of earthquakes with epicenters in and around the Noto region, and the Japan Meteorological Agency is urging people to be careful about earthquakes with a maximum seismic intensity of 7 over the next week or so, especially for the next few days.
Hokuriku Shinkansen: 4 trains stopped between Toyama and Kanazawa return to station About 11 hours after the earthquake
According to JR West, four trains on the Hokuriku Shinkansen were suspended between Toyama and Kanazawa stations due to the earthquake on the 1st. , started to move. Two trains each will arrive at Toyama Station and Kanazawa Station by 4 a.m., and the trains will be opened for rest as so-called ``train hotels'' until operations resume. There were approximately 1,400 passengers on board the four trains, but so far no one has been confirmed to be feeling unwell.
False information about earthquakes and tsunamis spread on SNS - calm response
In connection with the recent earthquake and tsunami, NHK's reporting team checked posts from the old Twitter account X, and found that there were many requests for rescue that differed from the actual damage, and false information using videos of past disasters. I found out that If false information spreads, it may hinder rescue operations in the disaster area and cause a life-threatening situation, so even if you come across information or videos that may stir your emotions, you need to respond calmly and not spread the information easily. is.