TAMASAKI, Japan – Costco Wholesale said two people were killed at its store here in last week's earthquake when a parking ramp collapsed.
The store also sustained "significant damage" in the temblor, the membership club retailer said in a prepared statement. The eight other Costco store locations in Japan have been inspected and are "open for business," said the company, which is based in Issaquah, Wash.
The Tamasakai location is expected to remain closed for several months, Costco said. ...
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