Two in cardiac arrest after smoke halts Japan's bullet train

Two in cardiac arrest after smoke halts Japan's bullet train
File photo showing passengers waiting for "Shinkansen" bullet train operations to resume at a train station in Tokyo following an earthquake on May 30, 2015.
PHOTO: AFP

TOKYO - Two people were in cardiac arrest on Japan's Shinkansen bullet train after it was halted due to the presence of smoke, NHK national television said on Tuesday. No further information was immediately available.

The train was bound for the western city of Osaka from Tokyo.

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