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Damage in Rikuzen-Takada, Iwate Pref. (8)
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津波が押し寄せた瓦礫は、山側に多く見られます。

引き波で戻りきらなかったものがそのまま残るためだと思われます。

また、川の中にも瓦礫が堆積し、それを処理しきれていません。

遺体回収も、水辺はこれからの作業です。


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Copyright: Akila Ninomiya
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 9000x4500
送信日: 03/04/2011
更新日: 04/08/2014
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Tags: 2011; ninomiya; disaster; tsunami; tohoku; iwate
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