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Kyoto Commuters Walk in Dark Tunnel After Quake Disrupts Train Services

2018-06-18 07:39
Commuters had to walk along a train track between Kyoto and Shiga after a magnitude 6.1 earthquake hit Osaka and other parts of western Japan, causing disruptions to train services on June 18. This video shows people walking in a dark tunnel along the Kosei Line, a commuter rail line that runs in Keihanshin metropolitan area. Shinkansen services and local train services in Osaka, Kyoto and other prefectures were suspended due to the quake, Japanese newspaper Mainichi reported. At least three people, a nine-year-old girl and two men in their 80s, were reportedly killed in Osaka prefecture during the quake, according to the Japan Times. Credit: Takashi Tokunaga via Storyful