The young girl, identified as Tamaki Omomo, was a second-grade elementary school student in the city of Niigata and had been missing since Monday evening, investigative sources said. Bruises on her face suggested the possibility that she was strangled sometime before being hit by the train on Monday night in Niigata Prefecture, police said. According to authorities, Omomo was hit by the train at around p. The train driver reported having seen someone laying near the railroad tracks before the impact. According to NHK, Omomo had left her school shortly after 3 p. At around 5 p. NHK quoted the school principal as saying teachers were not aware of her being involved in any difficulties.
Young girl hit by train in central Japan in suspected murder
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A photo posted by K. The story of a defunct train station in Hokkaido, Japan, that stayed open so that its sole patron—a teenage girl—could commute to school has come to a bittersweet end: Eighteen-year-old Kana Harada graduated from high school last Friday, March 25, and the Kyu-shirataki station—where she boarded a train every morning to travel to school, about 35 minutes away—has finally closed. Two other stations in the region, Kami-Shirataki and Shimo-Shirataki, have also recently closed due to low ridership as Japan reaches the end of its fiscal year.