The North Korean rocket fell in 1180 kilometres East of Hokkaido
TOKYO, August 29 — RIA Novosti, Ivan Zakharchenko. North Korea’s missile, the start of which was made at dawn on Tuesday, flew over the Japanese island of Hokkaido and in 1180 kilometres away fell into the Pacific ocean, told reporters the Secretary-General of the Cabinet of Ministers of Japan Acehide Suga.
“Around 5.58 am (23.58 GMT) was launched, about 6.06 (00.06 GMT), the rocket flew over Erimo (Cape on the southeastern tip) in Hokkaido,” said Suga.
According to him, the missile fell in 1180 kilometers from Erimo.