The parents of two Japanese students who were among 155 people killed in an Alpine tunnel fire in Austria in November 2000 have left for Austria for a court ruling Thursday on the cable car operator’s responsibility for the disaster.

The father of a male junior high school student from Fukushima Prefecture, said Tuesday, “I want to see for myself what kind of decision the Austrian judge makes.”

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