Life after Tsunami in Japan

Life after Tsunami in Japan

Sendai : Japan | Mar 13, 2011 at 11:21 AM PDT
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Tsunami after an 8.9-magnitude earthquake March 11, 2011 Japan

People of Miyagi Prefecture in northeast Japan, suffered badly, there is shortage of drinking water and food. Gas and water had been switched off in Miyagi and several areas of Sendai, as well as in some areas electricity is also off. but there is no panic either in the street or shop.

The quake that had recorded 8.9 richter scale ever recorded in Japan and causing the 10 metre Tsunami in Japan, swept away boats, cars, houses and peoples.

After that people have changed their living style. Now the shops have changed te syle of their work, Buyers have not entered the people inside their shops because they feared that people stole the food items. So that people have shortage of food and suffered badly.

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Evacuees gather at a shelter in the Japanese town of Minami-sanriku, Miyagi Prefecture
Evacuees gather at a shelter in the Japanese town of Minami-sanriku, Miyagi Prefecture
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