Home World News A female teacher escaped from the Uranus Building after the Hualien earthquake, but she returned and died after trying to save her pet.

A female teacher escaped from the Uranus Building after the Hualien earthquake, but she returned and died after trying to save her pet.

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A female teacher escaped from the Uranus Building after the Hualien earthquake, but she returned and died after trying to save her pet.

Hualien OffshoreEarthquakeThe Uranus Building leaned. The last resident to be rescued was a Hualien Gao Nong teacher, a woman surnamed Kang. It was suspected that she was returning to the building to rescue her pet and became trapped and died. Her body was not exhumed until approximately 9 p.m., and her family would cooperate with the investigation.

A magnitude 7.2 earthquake struck Taiwan’s eastern waters this morning, causing disasters in several places in Hualien. The Uranus Building in the urban area caved in and 74 residents were trapped. By evening, most of the people had been rescued. The remaining 33-year-old woman named Kang, who lived on the seventh floor, was suspected of running away and was left alone. She returned to the building with the intention of saving the pet. Unexpectedly, he encountered an earthquake and the building collapsed 5 seconds after entering. Killing him.

Since Kang Nu is the last resident of the Uranus Building to be rescued, she will cooperate with the inspection and complete the phase inspection after rescuing people in the evening, and then the demolition will begin.

After confirming that 74 of the 75 people waiting for rescue had been contacted and confirmed to be safe, search and rescue personnel continued to search for Cong Nu. However, when they found her in the mound at around 4 pm, she was unresponsive even when shouted at. And was confirmed dead. After 13 hours of rescue work, search and rescue personnel retrieved the body at 9:10 pm.

Li Longsheng, acting deputy director of the Hualien County Fire Department, said Kang Nu’s body was buried beneath the floor slab and distribution box. Search and rescue personnel had to use demolition equipment to get close to Cong Nhu. However, Kang Nu’s lower body was pressed against the slab of the second floor and his upper body was pressed against a large stone. The scene was quite tight, and search and rescue personnel had to slowly remove the stones using manual crushing methods. After being rescued, they were handed over to Kang’s family members for identification.

Kang’s daughter is a teacher at the National High School in Hualien and has worked as a substitute tutor in Huanong for 2 years. He is from Taichung. The school has contacted his family. Kang’s father’s flight was delayed, so relatives and friends arrived in Hualien first.

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