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    Posted March 14, 2011 by
    GaryHalfton
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    This iReport is part of an assignment:
    Recovery in Japan: After the earthquake

    GaryHalfton and 14 other iReporters contributed to Open Story: Earthquake strikes Japan
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    Earthquake In Japan 2011 (Before 2012) by: Axone Productions

     

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    Official Description:


    A tide of bodies washed up along Japan's coastline, crematoriums were overwhelmed and rescue workers ran out of body bags as the nation faced the grim reality of its mounting humanitarian, economic and nuclear crisis Monday after a calamitous tsunami. Millions of people were facing a fourth night without water, food or heating in near-freezing temperatures in the devastated northeast. Meanwhile, a third reactor at a nuclear power plant lost its cooling capacity, raising fears of a meltdown, while the stock market plunged over the likelihood of huge losses by Japanese industries including big names such as Toyota and Honda. A Japanese police official said 1,000 washed up bodies were found scattered Monday across the coastline of Miyagi prefecture. The official declined to be named, citing department policy. The discovery raised the official death toll to about 2,800 but the Miyagi police chief has said that more than 10,000 people are estimated to have died in his province alone, which has a population of 2.3 million. In one town in a neighboring prefecture, the crematorium was unable to handle the crush of bodies being brought in for funerals. "We have already begun cremations, but we can only handle 18 bodies a day. We are overwhelmed and are asking other cites to help us deal with bodies. We only have one crematorium in town," Katsuhiko Abe, an official in Soma, told The Associated Press.


    Source by: RSOE, Gary Halfton, FEMA, Aljazeera


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