異星人と交信した結果、撃沈。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。

※登場するクズ太郎は  『元カレ』ではありません。  ただのキチガイストーカー妄想虚言変出者です。

『自宅の大量にあるスプレー缶を見て、怖い爆発事故を思い出した』。。。

 

部屋の片づけをしていたら、

(今後も使うから)と思い、

セール中に大量に買い込んだスプレーを発見。

 

買ったのは良いのだけど、

あれから外出禁止になり、

自宅療養をしていたため、

全く使わなくなったこのスプレー。。。

今年、うまくいけばまた働けるから、

そしたら、使うことは使うのだけど。

ふと、スプレー缶の爆発事故を思い出した。

 

これだけ部屋にスプレー缶があると。。。

爆発しないようにきちんと管理しないと危ないな。

そして、早めに使いきろう。

 

 

 

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Sapporo explosion highlights the risk of spray cans

 

An explosion and ensuing fire that burnt down a building in the northern

Japanese city of Sapporo on December 16th left 52 people injured.

The structure houses an izakaya, or Japanese pub, and a real estate firm.

Investigators suspect spray cans were to blame.

 

【 Explosion amid year-end party season 】

 

The blast shook the building at around 8 PM.

The izakaya was crowded with some 40 customers

celebrating the year-end.

 

Investigators say it took about 10 minutes for the building to be

engulfed in flames. Many witnesses say they heard loud bangs

and felt shaking. A man who was on the second floor says

that as he heard a bang, the room suddenly went dark and the

ceiling collapsed.

 

He says the floor partially crumbled and the wall facing the road was blown away, exposing the restaurant's interior. The man says,

"I first thought it was an earthquake.

I couldn't grasp what was going on.

Parents were trying to calm down their children."

 

Firefighters used ladders to bring people to the ground, one by one,

from the restaurant.

None of the customers were reportedly wearing shoes,

as the restaurant had required them to be taken off before entering.

 

The man said that as he waited for his turn to be saved,

raging flames quickly spread to the second floor via the ventilation system

a few minutes after the blast. He said he couldn't bear the heat

and jumped to the ground.

The man said, "The explosion was life-threatening.

Even now, I feel scared when it gets dark. I can't go to work as I'm injured."