252: Seizonsha ari

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252: Seizonsha ari DVD cover.

Movie (2008)
Japanese title: 252 生存者あり
English titles: 252: Signal of Life / 252: Sign of Life

Starring:
Hideaki Itô (Yuji Shinohara)
Seiyô Uchino (Shizuma Shinohara)
Takayuki Yamada (Makoto Shigemura)
Yû Kashii (Saki Umino)

A massive earthquake strikes off mainland Japan causing the temperature of the Pacific Ocean to rise meteorically, leading to a massive storm hitting Tokyo and for it to be inundated with water. Later the largest typhoon in recorded Japanese history hits Tokyo. The Tokyo Fire Department and its team of crack rescuers swing into action, and shortly after they do, a distress call arises from an underground subway station - with repeated indications of the rescue code, 252 252, and the exclamation "We Have Survivors." It soon becomes apparent that the local rescue squad must attempt to save the survivors, doing so at the expense of their own lives and safety.

Eurocopter AS332L1 Super Puma

Most likely either JA6720 or JA119B of the Tokyo Fire Department (Tokyo Shōbōchō).

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Eurocopter AS365 N2 Dauphin 2

Helis of the Tokyo Fire Department (Tokyo Shōbōchō).
AS332L1 Super Puma behind in the hangar.

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Registration JA119A, c/n 6508 built in 1997.

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