“Emergency Evacuation by Fire”: Sayuri, who had gone to a cafe with her son, was kicked out of the cafe because she didn’t have a QR code (instagram)

Sayuri and son Jen

Sayuri, a voluntary unmarried mother, revealed that she and her son Jen had evacuated due to an apartment fire.

Sayuri is the dawn of the 24th Instagram“Today around 9:30 am, a fire broke out on the first basement floor of our apartment. The smoke came up to the window of my house and it turned white outside.” He said that he evacuated with his aunt who took care of the child.

He explained the situation at the time, saying,’My aunt ran out with her son Jen and her dogs in both hands.’ Just by imagination, tears fell and the sky seemed to collapse.” He said, “I checked my son’s condition as soon as I went outside. He said, “My son was breathing hard with a small mouth.” “I am grateful that my son is alive.”

He also expressed regret for the cafe’s response. Sayuri said, “After leaving the puppies at the veterinary hospital right next door, I went to Starbucks across the apartment. My son is trembling, so I wanted to take him to a warm place,” he said. “The employee said he had to do the QR code first. I explained the situation that I couldn’t bring my cell phone because of the fire because of the fire, but the store told me to go out, saying’I can’t drink’.”

Sayuri said, “I showed my son whose lips turned blue and asked him to stay inside for a while, but he said it couldn’t be done until the end.” I don’t know where else, but I haven’t been informed about personal information until the end.”

Sayuri shared the anecdote and emphasized that “I am not writing this to criticize the employee.” He continued, “I think that the employees did their duty to prevent the coronavirus, and they did so because they had guidelines.”

“If the child is shivering because it is cold, I would like you not to leave it out of the store just because there is no cell phone. That’s all I want.”

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