Rescuers found Katayama, 46, walking alone down a trail 2,200 metres (7,220 feet) above sea level on the 3,776-metre mountain, said a Gotemba police station officer on Friday.
What does SO stand for?
SO stands for Station Officer
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We have 33 other meanings of SO in our Acronym Attic
- Special Operations
- Special Order
- Special Orthogonal (mathematics; group theory)
- Specialist Operations
- Stack Overflow
- Staff Officer
- Staff Officer (commissioned Police Officer attached to Inspector-General of Police)
- Standard Oil
- Standing Order
- Star Ocean (video game)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Station Officer Andy Morgan, from Willenhall fire station, said: "We brought him out of the flat and gave him first aid.
Station officer Joe Hassel, of Colchester Fire Station, said: "The tide was rapidly coming in and the man was in danger of drowning.
Station Officer Ken Ball, from Durham and Darlington Fire and Rescue Brigade, said: "Many hours are wasted on what we term secondary fires, when derelict buildings, grassland, straw or stubble, abandoned cars or rubbish is deliberately set alight.
Station officer Danny Moynihan, said it was fortunate the crew had trained plumber, Mark Tolley, in the team.
Station officer Richie Kelsall, who is co-ordinating the safety campaign, said: 'Thousands of people have already signed u p for the free smoke alarms on Merseyside, but we won't rest until every home is safe.
Fire crews had to free the two trapped drivers, but Station officer David Kelly, from Billingham fire station, said they managed to do so without using cutting equipment.
An example is Station Officer Alison Kibblewhite, 36, who has been in the service for almost 10 years, starting as a firefighter at Cardiff Central Fire Station.