Post-tsunami, some Japanese shelter in nuke plant (AP) – 682th Edition

In this photo taken Friday, March 25, 2011, a man walks at the devastated city of Onagawa, Miyagi prefecture, northeastern Japan. As March 11 massive tsunami ravaged this Japanese fishing town, hundreds of residents fled for the safest place they knew: the local nuclear power plant. More than two weeks later, 240 remain, watching TV or playing ball games with their children next to three atomic reactors. It's a startling contrast to the troubled nuclear plant 75 miles (120 kilometers) southeast, where radiation leaks have forced an evacuation of nearby towns, terrifying the nation. (AP Photo/Vincent Yu)AP – As a massive tsunami ravaged this Japanese fishing town, hundreds of residents fled for the safest place they knew: the local nuclear power plant.

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