Shinzo Abe, a former Japanese prime minister, was reportedly shot from behind on Friday morning while in the open.
As reported, his heart and lungs stopped.
Around 11:30 this morning, former prime minister Abe passed out while giving a speech in Nara City. He was reportedly shot with a gun, which indicates that he appears to be in cardiopulmonary arrest. Police have detained a man in his 40s at the scene and have launched a thorough investigation.
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Former Prime Minister Abe passed out today at around 11:30 a.m. while making a speech close to Yamato-Saidaiji Station in Nara City. He was then taken to the hospital by ambulance.
The former prime minister Abe is reportedly suffering from cardiopulmonary arrest, and he intends to be flown by medical helicopter from the hospital where he is being treated to Nara Medical University Hospital in Kashihara City.
When he was taken by ambulance, the former prime minister Abe was awake and responding to the call, according to police officials.
Former Prime Minister Abe was giving a speech as usual when a man suddenly appeared from behind, according to a witness who was nearby at the time of the shooting. Only a very loud sound was audible after the first shot, and nobody was knocked to the ground. But as soon as the second shot was fired, former prime minister Abe lost consciousness. Around him, a large crowd had gathered for heart massages and other events. The man was dressed in a gray T-shirt with an ocher bottom. It appeared to be pants. The man didn’t appear to flee; instead, he remained where the gun was. He was then brought down by those nearby who appeared to be SPs.
There is a video that allegedly depicts police removing the shooting suspect!
video of the arrest of the suspect.