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Monday, March 28, 2011

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Death toll in Miyagi tops that of Hanshin quake
The death toll in Japan's devastating March 11th earthquake has climbed to 10,872 people, with more than 16,200 missing.

The National Police Agency says the death count in Miyagi Prefecture alone is now 6,627. The figure surpasses that of the 1995 Great Hanshin Earthquake, in which 6,434 people died.

In Iwate Prefecture, 3,213 people have been confirmed dead, and in Fukushima Prefecture, 974.

As many as 8,030 bodies have been identified, and most of them have been handed over to relatives.

Police say the total death toll from the disaster is likely to rise much higher.
Sunday, March 27, 2011 23:44 +0900 (JST)
March 11th tsunami confirmed up to 13 meters high
The March 11th tsunami that hit Japan's northeastern coast was as high as 13 meters in the city of Rikuzentakata, Iwate Prefecture.

Researchers from the University of Tokyo and the Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology said on Sunday that the tsunami reached a gymnasium one kilometer from the shoreline and climbed as high as 13 meters.

They also said they found the waves had touched the beams just beneath the roof of the 2-story building.

The municipality had designated the gym an emergency shelter. Many people who had gathered there to take shelter were swept away by the tsunami.

Researchers from Yokohama National University and the University of Tokyo said on Sunday that they confirmed the tsunami had reached about 10 meters high at a location along the coast of Kamaishi city, Iwate Prefecture.

The waves climbed over and partially destroyed a huge breakwater set up to protect the mouth of a bay in Kamaishi city.

Yokohama National University professor Jun Sasaki says evacuation plans should be reconsidered now that a tsunami exceeding previous estimates has hit the region.
Monday, March 28, 2011 05:54 +0900 (JST)

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