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Day 2
  • 09:52  We are safe in Fukushima, because our town is a long way from the sea and from the power plants. But the telephone line in our flat is out.
  • 10:48  Roads in Fukushima are full of automobiles. Some round-the-clock stores are shut or empty. We are still having, short and small, aftershocks.
  • 13:39  @readable @hirokiharoki It's very kind of you. We'll keep hanging on. There are boys, girls, men and women having a harder time by the sea.
  • 15:29  Kawachi in the town of Fukushima is open. Going there however might be very hard, because the road [is] full of automobiles looking for food.
  • 15:33  [There] will be in great need of electric power. So let's keep our use of power smallest. Make no waste. That will be one way of helping them.
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