YOKOTA AIR BASE, Japan — A Yokota person was injured early Sunday following an incident on “Bar Row,” the popular entertainment district in nearby Fussa frequented by U.S. servicemembers and civilians, a base official said.

Security forces were notified at about 6 a.m. Sunday that something had happened, said Capt. Warren Comer, a 374th Airlift Wing spokesman, who did not release the injured person’s name or provide any details about the incident.

“It’s under investigation,” he said Tuesday. “Security forces is working with Fussa police to figure out what happened.

“All I can say is it involved a SOFA-status member in the Bar Row area,” Comer said. “I don’t have the exact spot. They were injured, but I don’t know the extent of the injuries.”

Fussa city and Tokyo metropolitan police, contacted Tuesday, said they could not confirm the event.

The timing of Sunday’s incident indicates it occurred during Yokota’s 1-to-6 a.m. restriction for Bar Row.

The restriction, imposed two years ago, prohibits all Yokota servicemembers from being within a block of Akasen-dori, which lies near Honcho-dori and Fujimi-dori between the base and Fussa Train Station.

Col. Scott Goodwin, the 374th Airlift Wing commander, has said he expects dependents, civilians and contractors on base to also abide by the curfew.

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