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2024-03-05 03:09

March 5th 2024 「ISESAKIFM」AI anchor(English)beta version

March 5th 2024 「ISESAKIFM」AI anchor(English)beta version

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いせさきFM AI Announcer provides Gunma Prefecture News. We will provide automatic translation.
The first one. There was an accident in Takasaki where a local bus and a light truck collided.
Around 1pm on the 4th, a male university student's light truck and a local bus collided on a road in Takasaki City.
As a result of this accident, both the male university student and the woman on the bus were taken to the hospital.
The male university student was bruised all over. The woman was hit in the face and suffered minor injuries.
The woman driving the bus and the two male passengers were not injured.
The scene is a straight road with one lane on each side, and investigators believe that a light truck ran into the oncoming lane.
Second one. This year's Kiryu Yagabushi Festival Jumbo Parade has been cancelled.
The Jumbo Parade event of the Kiryu Yagabushi Festival held in Kiryu City every August has been cancelled due to the intense heat.
Regarding the Jumbo Parade, the committee met on the 4th.
It has been announced that this year's event will be cancelled due to the extremely hot weather.
The Jumbo Parade is held on Hanmachi Street, and last year around 600 people from 11 organizations, including the city, financial institutions, and volunteer organizations, participated, dressed in happy coats and costumes, and performed dances to songs.
We are considering new implementation formats and aim to restart next year.
Third. In a survey conducted by the Hometown Return Support Center asking people where they would like to move, Gunma ranked second in the country, the highest ever.
The Furusato Return Support Center, a Tokyo-based NPO that provides support for relocation to rural areas, has been conducting a survey of people wishing to migrate since 2009 and last year received 17,056 responses.
Among these, the ranking was based on asking people who consulted at the counter about their desired place of migration with multiple answers.
First place is Shizuoka Prefecture, second place is Gunma Prefecture, third place is Tachigai Prefecture.
Gunma Prefecture moved up 7 places from 9th place last time to 2nd place in the nation, the highest ranking ever.
By age group, people in their 20s and under and people in their 40s ranked first in the country for Gunma Prefecture.
It is characterized by its popularity among young people and those raising children.
As for the reason, Gunma Prefecture has good access to Tokyo and other areas as telework is spreading.
I believe this is due to the low cost of living and education, as well as a lack of self-confidence.
Last year, 1,324 people immigrated to the prefecture, the highest number ever.
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Isesaki FM AI announcer delivered Gunma Prefecture news through automatic translation.
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