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My Twitter Notes from Yesterday
  • 06:14  Experts were saying yesterday that there might be a hard aftershock within 3 days after the hardest one. It was hard to have a long sleep.
  • 06:17  I became awake a number of times in the night, because of fear, and I became very awake at 4:30 because of the noise made by the helicopter.
  • 06:22  But the noise did some good, because I was able to go out in the dark, with a plastic water bag. I went to the water station and got somel.
  • 06:43  There were some angry words at the water station, but most of the ones waiting were quiet. The men giving water were kind and working hard.
  • 11:08  Tsunami is coming to Shinchimachi of Hamadohri, Fukushima Prefecture. It's to be three meters high. If you are there, go to a higher place.
  • 11:10  If you are in Hamadohri or seaside in Miyagi, please go to a high place, now, quickly. Tsunami is coming.
  • 11:12  Tsunami might be higher than three meters.
  • 11:57  I said that tsunami was coming. It was based on the radio news. The weather division of the Japanese government, however, says there isn't.
  • 17:33  The NHK man on the radio said that a high wave was seen from a helicopter but it was probably a different sort of wave. It wasn't a tsunami.
  • 17:37  Great pole of smoke went up out of a building in Fukushima Dai-Ichi Nuclear Power Plant, this morning. Hydrogen (H2) took fire and went off.
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