Student injured while playing Pokémon Go in Japan

- Published: 22 July 2016
Student injured while playing Pokémon Go in Japan

Hours after Pokémon Go launched in Japan on Friday, a college student has been hurried to the hospital in the wake of taking a tumble while playing the game, local people are tweeting. 

The mishap supposedly happened at Kindai University in Osaka at around late morning. The understudy had tumbled down the stairs, and an emergency vehicle was called due to a lot of blood lost. 

【速報】
ポケモンGOを歩きながらプレイ中、近畿大学内で事故発生。

多量の出血のため救急車で搬送された模様 pic.twitter.com/tvMBez2SgK

— NICOTUBE (@nicotube_012)

Different students are tweeting subtle elements, taking note of that the male understudy was seeping from an injury to his head. 

近大でポケモンGOに夢中なりすぎて階段から落ちて顔面血だらけの人おるんだが…

— かんた (@kan_n46)
 

ポケモンGOで近大生階段から落ちて顔血だらけらしいwwwwww

— ‍私の名はアルカディア (@hinanyan_drp)

In suspicion of the dispatch, Japanese powers pre-emptively posted a security consultative on Wednesday, cautioning of conceivable perils of playing the amusement. 

This mischance comes after various reports of other individuals falling or slipping while playing, since they were excessively fascinated taking a gander at their telephone screens. 

What's more, prior this week, a French man in Indonesia was captured for trespassing on a beyond reach army installation when he had "accidentally" entered the territory whilst chasing Pokémon.