Japan Earthquake And Tsunami, The Despair And Emerging Hope.-瀬名アスカ

Japan Earthquake and Tsunami, the Despair and Emerging Hope. At 05:46 GMT (14:46 in Japan) on march 11 2011, a massive earthquake, 8.9 on the Richter scale, unleashes a huge tsunami which crashes through Japan’s eastern coastline, sweeping buildings, boats, cars and people miles inland. Five days since a massive earthquake and tsunami hit Japan last Friday, the casualties and damage are still mounting. In spite of the multiple historical disasters, enormous casualties and continuing thread, there is emerging hope within the despair from the attitude of Japaneses facing this crisis, news of survivors and the help from all over the world. Japanese is gets together and whole world gets together to over.e the natural disaster. Here are the quotes we can take glance of Japan"s despair and emerging Hope within it. I hesitated first time, but I decided to volunteer not to regret in the rest of my life. ~ A Volunteer For The Last 70 In Fukushima Reactor 59 year old man works in a branch nuclear reactor facility. He was waiting for retire on .ing September. He volunteered the Fukushima nuclear plant cooling work at life threading hazards. The fate of Japan depends on the 70 people left in Fukushima nuclear plant. I hope that those affected by the earthquake will not give up hope and will strive to survive, while taking care of their health. ~ Akihito Japan"s Emperor Akihito, in a recorded message, asked the Japanese people not to give up hope and to reach out to each other in this time of great crisis. He urged the earliest relief be delivered to those in northeast Tohoku region who are still suffering after the earthquake and tsunami, and asked those at the damaged Fukushima Daiichi plant to do all that they could to avoid a worsening of the situation. The address lasted roughly five minutes, and all major television stations simultaneously broadcast the recorded message at 4.30 p.m. on Wednesday. Your hometown is your hometown. They’ll rebuild. I don’t know if the young people will .e back, but they’ll rebuild! ~ Miyuki Kanno (Resident Near Kesen) Kesen turns to virtually a ghost town after Japan Earthquake and Tsunami. Miyuki Kanno, who lives a few miles (kilometers) away, rode his bicycle down a mud- and water-choked section of road looking for information about missing relatives. He guessed it would take 20 years for Kesen to .e back. Today and tomorrow there is still hope that we will find survivors ~ Pete Stevenson (Head Of The British Rescue Crews) One woman’s body is found wedged beneath a refrigerator in a two-story home pushed onto its side. Pete Stevenson, head of the British rescue crews said also "We’ll just keep on carrying out the searches." on March 16, five days after Japan earthquake and tsunami. Four-month-old girl offers rare glimmer of hope ~ John Bingham (News Reporter) A four-month-old baby who survived for three days amid the devastation of Japan"s worst ever earthquake offered a rare moment of hope yesterday as rescuers engaged in a race against time to save lives. Nobody asked more… ~ Unknow News Anchor Reporting Japaneses People After Tsunami The attitude of Japanese facing the recent catastrophe inspires people. There were long lines of people waiting to get supplies and water. No one asked more to get. Everyone gets equally and no one .plained. Their citizenship is worth to get respect. It inspires people around world. I thought to myself, ah, this is how I will die. ~ Tatsuro Ishikawa (Japan Disaster Survivor) A young man described what ran through his mind before he escaped in a separate rescue. Tatsuro Ishikawa, his face bruised and cut, told NHK as he sat in striped hospital pajamas. We don’t know when it will happen to us! ~ Masatoshi Masuda (Resident In Japan) One sentiment that is emerging is that such a calamitous event could occur again at any time, in any place. Masatoshi Masuda, 52, a seal carver in the southwest city of Kagoshima, far from the deadly, three-meter-high waves that surged across farmland, villages and cities in Japan’s northeast Friday. This is not only Japanese’s concern. We don’t know when and where that kind of disaster will occur. It’s our story. This is one of the reason we pray for Japan. First I was worried about the quake, now I’m worried about radiation. … I tested negative, but I don’t know what to do next. ~ Kenji Koshiba (construction Worker Who Lives Near The Hobbled Nuclear Reactor At Fukushima) Dangerous levels of radiation leak from the Fukushima plant after a third explosion, believed to be in the number 2 reactor, and a fire, rock the .plex. In an televised statement after the blast, prime minister Kan urges those within 19 miles of the area to stay indoors. Please evacuate now! Great Tsunami higher than 6 miters is .ing! Please evacuate now! Run into higher place! ~ Ando Miki Ando Miki worked for the Miyake town emergency center. When tsunami .es, she grabbed a mike and started broadcasting to town to warn people tsunami and asked evacuation to higher place. She didn"t stop broadcasting. When the big black furious tsunami swapped and destroyed the building, her voice stopped. She has not been found yet. Lots of people could be able to evacuate and survive with the help of the broadcast. Her self-sacrifice saved lives and inspire others. We have to rebuild. It"s the duty of those of us who are left. ~ Toshiyo Shishid (Survivor Of The Japan Earthquake) The staff of Japanese Agricultural Cooperative (JA) return back to work on Monday morning to clean the office, in Soma city, Japan after the historical 9.0 Earthquake and Tsunami. No helicopters or boats that came nearby noticed me. I thought that day was going to be the last day of my life. ~ Shinkawa (Japan Tsunami Survivor) A miraculous survival story from Japan: Rescue crews saved a 60-year-old tsunami survivor after they spotted him floating 10 miles out at sea on what used to be the roof of his house. Hiromitsu Shinkawa lived near the epicenter of the quake, and the tsunami swept away his home as he was trying to gather his belongings and flee. Two days later, a rescue ship found him waving a red flag he had crafted himself. "I thought that day was going to be the last day of my life," Shinkawa said. Sadly, his wife is still missing. The current situation of the earthquake, tsunami and the nuclear plants is in a way the most severe crisis in the 65 years since World War II. ~ Naoto Kan Prime Minister of Japan, addressing the disaster-stricken nation after it sustained its largest earthquake on record; the death toll is expected to exceed 10,000. Death toll in Japan expected to rise above 10,000 14 Mar 2011 Hundreds of bodies are washing up along the shore in Japan’s northeast, as officials struggled to retrieve the dead and provide relief to thousands of homeless survivors. Local officials say they have lost contact with about 30,000 people as the country faces what Prime Minister Naoto Kan calls its greatest crisis since World War Two. There is a sense of urgency among rescuers as the weather forecasts call for temperatures just above freezing. There is also worries that rain could cause deadly mudslides. 相关的主题文章:

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