Luckily there were no deaths or injuries. 2. The overview of the Daegu subway fire The line 1 of the Daegu subway has been opened at May 1998, it was 25.9km of total extension and connected from the Jin-cheon station to the Dae-gok station. It took 870 firefighters 59 hours of working day and night to put out the fire … An arsonist set fire to a train stopped at the Joongang-ro (or Jungang-ro) station of the Daegu Metropolitan Subway in Daegu, South Korea.The fire then spread to a second train which had entered the station from the opposite direction. Considering the safety of passengers, it is not appropriate to carry out human evacuation experiment in currently used interchange subway station. As of ... Last edited on 31 March 2020, at 15:05. On November 30, 2016, Seomun Market, the largest traditional market in Daegu City, South Korea, caught fire. As Koreans numbly digested the latest numbers on victims of subway fire here on Tuesday -- 125 dead, 146 injured and dozens missing -- recordings of victims' final … This paper reviews the case of Daegu subway fire (2003) and Seoul metro 7 line fire (2005) from the view of efficient and practical emergency response manual. THE ANALYSIS FOR FIRE EMERGENCY AND RESPONSE AT SEOUL METRO SUBWAY 7 LINE An arson fire accident occurred at 7:10 a.m. Jan. 3, 2005 at the 6th cabin on subway Line 7. The goal is to educate the inhabitants of Daegu … Police investigating a subway fire in South Korea that killed at least 133 people last week have arrested 10 people in connection with the blaze. South Korean police say they have arrested seven railway officials over the subway fire in the city of Daegu which killed at least 133 people and has left scores missing. Daegu subway fire broke out on 18 February 2003, when an arsonist set fire to a train in rush hour and killed nearly 200 people. The subway train of the line 1 was composed of 6 coaches, control car and power car, and total length is … Public safety in mass transit became a concern of Korean society. Daegu Metro Line 1 was, ... service on the entire line was stopped for several months in 2003 following the Daegu subway fire. Opinion: Daegu 2003.2.18 Subway Fire – Memorial & Aftermath Posted on January 5, 2020 by lui_gough After visiting the transit system in Busan , my next stop was Daegu, which has the distinction of being the third city in Korea to have a subway system operated by DTRO . Subject: Daegu subway fire CCTV Mon Sep 23, 2019 9:01 pm Extras: A survivor's story of the incident (includes little cartoon explaining the incident): … Line 1's 28.4 kilometer course lies entirely within the metropolitan city of Daegu, although proposals have been made to extend it into the northern end of Gyeongsan city. However, 839 shops were completely burned out, causing tremendous property damage. In December 2008, the Daegu Safety Theme Park opened. The Daegu subway fire accident underscored the importance of fire safety engineering in subway station and the need to enhance smoke control system in order to maintain a safe evacuation path. Map of COVID-19 in South Korea. Residents of Daegu suddenly found themselves in the center of a rapidly developing epidemic disaster. The Daegu subway fire of February 18, 2003 killed at least 198 people and injured at least 147. February 18 th also marked the seventeenth anniversary of the 2003 Daegu Subway Fire.