Posted by: pinkturtle2 | Mac 20, 2011

Miyagi.. 9 Hari Selepas Tsunami

A house hangs out onto the road in a destroyed fishing village near the Onagawa nuclear power plant on March 20, 2011, nine days after the deadly March 11 earthquake and tsunami that hit the northeastern coast of Japan's main island of Honshu. Workers were close to restoring power to a nuclear plant's overheating reactors on March 20 as the toll of dead or missing from Japan's worst natural disaster in nearly a century passed 20,000.

A house hangs out onto the road in a destroyed fishing village near the Onagawa nuclear power plant on March 20, 2011, nine days after the deadly March 11 earthquake and tsunami that hit the northeastern coast of Japan’s main island of Honshu. Workers were close to restoring power to a nuclear plant’s overheating reactors on March 20 as the toll of dead or missing from Japan’s worst natural disaster in nearly a century passed 20,000.

A house lies in the sea off a village near the Onagawa nuclear power plant on March 20, 2011, nine days after the deadly March 11 earthquake and tsunami that hit the northeastern coast of Japan's main island of Honshu. Workers were close to restoring power to a nuclear plant's overheating reactors on March 20 as the toll of dead or missing from Japan's worst natural disaster in nearly a century passed 20,000.
A house lies in the sea off a village near the Onagawa nuclear power plant on March 20, 2011, nine days after the deadly March 11 earthquake and tsunami that hit the northeastern coast of Japan’s main island of Honshu. Workers were close to restoring power to a nuclear plant’s overheating reactors on March 20 as the toll of dead or missing from Japan’s worst natural disaster in nearly a century passed 20,000.

A woman walks past a destroyed house in a fishing village near the Onagawa nuclear power plant on March 20, 2011, nine days after the deadly March 11 earthquake and tsunami that hit the northeastern coast of Japan's main island of Honshu. Workers were close to restoring power to a nuclear plant's overheating reactors on March 20 as the toll of dead or missing from Japan's worst natural disaster in nearly a century passed 20,000.

Two Japanese soldiers stop to look at a ship which was blocking a road which their men were trying to clear in the earthquake and tsunami destroyed town of Onagawa, Miyagi Prefecture, northeastern Japan Sunday, March 20, 2011.

Two Japanese soldiers stop to look at a ship which was blocking a road which their men were trying to clear in the earthquake and tsunami destroyed town of Onagawa, Miyagi Prefecture, northeastern Japan Sunday, March 20, 2011.

Boys look at a disaster area in Onagawa City, Miyagi Prefecture, in this picture taken by Kyodo News on March 20, 2011. The area was devastated by a magnitude 9.0 earthquake and tsunami on March 11. Mandatory Credit.

Boys look at a disaster area in Onagawa City, Miyagi Prefecture, in this picture taken by Kyodo News on March 20, 2011. The area was devastated by a magnitude 9.0 earthquake and tsunami on March 11. Mandatory Credit.

Two Japanese women, using golf clubs as walking sticks, scavenge for their belongings near a wrecked apartment block in the earthquake and tsunami destroyed town of Onagawa, Miyagi Prefecture, northeastern Japan Sunday, March 20, 2011.

Two Japanese women, using golf clubs as walking sticks, scavenge for their belongings near a wrecked apartment block in the earthquake and tsunami destroyed town of Onagawa, Miyagi Prefecture, northeastern Japan Sunday, March 20, 2011.

A car is balanced on a roof of a building in the earthquake and tsunami destroyed town of Onagawa, Miyagi Prefecture, northeastern Japan Sunday, March 20, 2011.

A car is balanced on a roof of a building in the earthquake and tsunami destroyed town of Onagawa, Miyagi Prefecture, northeastern Japan Sunday, March 20, 2011.

Tayo Kitamura, 40, kneels in the street to caress and talk to the wrapped body of her mother Kuniko Kitamura, 69, after Japanese firemen discovered the dead woman inside the ruins of her home in Onagawa, northeastern Japan Saturday, March 19, 2011.

Tayo Kitamura, 40, kneels in the street to caress and talk to the wrapped body of her mother Kuniko Kitamura, 69, after Japanese firemen discovered the dead woman inside the ruins of her home in Onagawa, northeastern Japan Saturday, March 19, 2011.

A Japanese soldier walks towards a ship which was blocking a road that his men were trying to clear in the earthquake and tsunami destroyed town of Onagawa, Miyagi Prefecture, northeastern Japan Sunday, March 20, 2011.

A Japanese soldier walks towards a ship which was blocking a road that his men were trying to clear in the earthquake and tsunami destroyed town of Onagawa, Miyagi Prefecture, northeastern Japan Sunday, March 20, 2011.

A Japanese man recovers his classic 1950s Harley Davidson motorcycle, which was washed away with his home in the earthquake and tsunami destroyed town of Onagawa, Miyagi Prefecture, northeastern Japan Sunday, March 20, 2011.

A house lies in the sea off a village near the Onagawa nuclear power plant on March 20, 2011, nine days after the deadly March 11 earthquake and tsunami that hit the northeastern coast of Japan's main island of Honshu. Workers were close to restoring power to a nuclear plant's overheating reactors on March 20 as the toll of dead or missing from Japan's worst natural disaster in nearly a century passed 20,000.

A house lies in the sea off a village near the Onagawa nuclear power plant on March 20, 2011, nine days after the deadly March 11 earthquake and tsunami that hit the northeastern coast of Japan’s main island of Honshu. Workers were close to restoring power to a nuclear plant’s overheating reactors on March 20 as the toll of dead or missing from Japan’s worst natural disaster in nearly a century passed 20,000

A train car washed away by March 11 tsunami lies amid a graveyard Saturday, March 19, 2011 in Onagawa, Miyagi Prefecture, Japan.

Flood water stays in the middle of the tsunami-stricken town of Onagawa in Miyagi Prefecture Saturday, March 19, 2011, eight days after the town was slammed by a powerful quake-triggered tsunami.

Flood water stays in the middle of the tsunami-stricken town of Onagawa in Miyagi Prefecture Saturday, March 20, 2011, eight days after the town was slammed by a powerful quake-triggered tsunami.

A destroyed fishing village near the Onagawa nuclear power plant is seen on March 20, 2011, nine days after the deadly March 11 earthquake and tsunami that hit the northeastern coast of Japan's main island of Honshu. Workers were close to restoring power to a nuclear plant's overheating reactors on March 20 as the toll of dead or missing from Japan's worst natural disaster in nearly a century passed 20,000.

A destroyed fishing village near the Onagawa nuclear power plant is seen on March 20, 2011, nine days after the deadly March 11 earthquake and tsunami that hit the northeastern coast of Japan’s main island of Honshu. Workers were close to restoring power to a nuclear plant’s overheating reactors on March 20 as the toll of dead or missing from Japan’s worst natural disaster in nearly a century passed 20,000.

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  1. dahsyat…! Nauzubillahiminzaliq

    Katakan TIDAK pd Loji Nuklear!
    Katakan TIDAK pd Projek kilang nadir bumi Gebeng Kuantan Pahang!

    • ye tidak same sekali….saye sokong

  2. M.Najis masih beriya-iya
    nak buat loji nuklear
    kat Malaysia.


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