Mud-strewn wastelands replace Japanese towns (AFP) – 350th Edition

Cars washed inland by the tsunami sit in debris-covered water outside Sendai in Miyage prefecture. Wastelands of mud and debris now stretch along Japan's northeast coast where towns and villages used to be, consumed by a terrifying tsunami triggered by Japan's biggest ever earthquake.(AFP/Mike Clarke)AFP – Wastelands of mud and debris now stretch along Japan’s northeast coast where towns and villages used to be, consumed by a terrifying tsunami triggered by Japan’s biggest ever earthquake.

By us.rd.yahoo.com
Visit Sandrine Samperi”s Blog out at Sandrine Samperi

This entry was posted in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *