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Aioi Station south entrance in September 2006
|Location|| Aioi, Hyōgo |
Aioi Station (相生駅, Aioi-eki) is a railway station in Aioi, Hyōgo, Japan, operated by West Japan Railway Company (JR West).
Aioi Station has three tracks for the Sanyo and Ako lines (Number 1 to 3) and two for the Shinkansen line. The ticket barrier is on the second floor, as are the two exit (South and North). The Sanyo Main Line tracks are on first floor, the Shinkansen tracks are on third floor.
|Sanyō Main Line|
|Himeji||Limited Express Super Hakuto||Kamigori|
|Terminus||Local (Rapid service)||Une|
On 28 October 2008 at 14:42, a person was killed at the station after climbing down from the platform onto the down shinkansen track. The person was hit by the non-stop Nozomi 25 service.
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