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Water Is Stopping
  • 10:25  We are still having aftershocks. Some are soft and some are hard. Water in our building is stopping. The good thing is that it's a warm day.
  • 13:08  Fukushima Prefecture, Japan, is made of three wide places: Aizu, Nakadohri, and Hamadohri. They're different places separated by mountains.
  • 13:13  We are living in the town named Fukushima, which is the government seat of Fukushima Prefecture. The town is in the north part of Nakadohri.
  • 13:17  Hamadohri is a long and narrow flatland by the sea, with those power plants. It's the place which took the hardest blows from the tsunami.
  • 13:19  The point after all is that my experience living in the town of Fukushima may not be very different from other places like Aizu or Koriyama.
  • 13:44  It's warm. I've been cleaning our place. We are going out, on our two-wheelers, to take a look round our town and hoping to get some water.
  • 15:27  I've been to the nearest branch of our town government. It has a water station, with a long, long line of men and women, waiting for hours.
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