Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Great East Japan Earthquake Donation Rally starts here

Triple Disasters in Japan
Massive 9.0 magnitude EARTHQUAKE, the most powerful in Japan's history, occurred in northeast Japan near Sendai on March 11, 2011. At 2:46PM the earth's plates shifted, causing everything in the area to shake. 10 to 30 minutes later, a TSUNAMI caused by the earthquake roared ashore with waves that were over 30 feet or more. In some area, it travelled as far as six miles inland. The water engulfed and destroyed everything it hit - buildings, cars, people, and vegetation. As if these two events were not bad enough, several NUCLEAR REACTORS that generate electricity for the area had power failures. Backup power systems failed and caused the very hot nuclear rods to overheat, releasing some radiation into the air. "Emergency evacuation preparation zones" applies to the area within a 20-30 Km radius from the Fukushima Daiichi plant and 33,912 residents and business owners have been forced to leave their homes amid radiation fears.

Kesennuma city on fire Everything reduced to debris

They lost everything Family hang on together

Searching for loved ones Helpless, hopeless, don't know what to say...

Unimaginable sadness