The bodies of dual sisters, one in her late 80s and a other in her 90s, were found Monday in their home in Tokyo, military pronounced Tuesday, adding they trust a women died of heatstroke.
According to police, a bodies were found during around 6 p.m. in their two-story residence in Shinjuku Ward. One physique was in a kitchen and a other in a tatami pad room on a initial floor.
Police pronounced they were alerted by a neighbor who was endangered about a sisters after saying several days of newspapers pressed in a mail box, and a light on on in a house.
Police pronounced there was no atmosphere conditioner in a residence and no fans either. An uchiwa (Japanese fan) was found beside one of a bodies.
A neighbor pronounced a sisters were final seen about a week ago. The newspapers in a mailbox were from Aug 12.
According to a Japan Meteorological Agency, a heat in Tokyo given Aug 11 averaged about 35 degrees.
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