纵火袭击摧毁京都动画建筑

+$(Image Credit: ANN)

+$At least 26 people are dead and dozens have been left injured following a suspected arson attack on the Japanese anime studio, Kyoto Animation. In response to the tragic incident, fans of the popular studio have taken to social media to pay their respects, and launched an+$appeal to raise funds+$to support those affected by the attack.

+$The incident took place at about 10.30am, with local residents living near the studio saying that they heard an explosion before seeing smoke emitting from the building. Roughly 30 fire engines and ambulances responded to the attack.

+$According to local police, a man in his 40s was allegedly seen spraying petrol in multiple areas of the 1st Studio before igniting it. He is now in police custody.

+$Over 70 people were in the building at the time, which is located in Fujimi ward, Kyoto. Currently there are 36 people in hospital as a result of the attack, some in a critical condition.

在一个鸣叫+$, Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe expressed his sympathy to those injured and prayed for their quick recovery. Japanese television news network+$ANN+$captured this footage of the studio.

+$Kyoto Animation was founded in 1981 by anime producer Yoko Hatta. It has produced several popular anime TV series and films, including A Silent Voice: The Movie, K-On!, and The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya.

+$Unlike other studios, Kyoto Animation pays its animators a regular salary, instead of the industry standard of paying per frame.

+$In response to the attack, the anime community has taken to social media to share their thoughts and pay their respects.

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