2011 Sendai earthquake and tsunami : I act well

from Sankei web

There are many people staying in the stricken area of the big earthquake and tsunami. As for the inhabitants of Japanese Tohoku region, love to the native district in particular may be deep.

A small FM broadcasting station continues broadcasting living information and traffic information to the area. The revival activity of the stricken area is continuing now, and it is certain that it extends for a long term.

The big earthquake and the tsunami gave us a feeling of ineffectualness at one time. The big earthquake had an influence on the metropolitan area. The metropolitan area was cut off in depth, and all railroads stopped. However, the train reopened service little by little from the next day and came back to the approximately normal service now.

The fuel and the food were given priority to to the stricken area. The serious fuel and the concern of the famine were broken off now in a metropolitan area. The citizens of the metropolitan area must return to normal economic activities while making an effort in economy in power consumption.

The worry of the nuclear power plant is still left. However, the return to normal economic activities is indispensable for revival continuation. I don’t do a pessimistic thought. On the other hand, I observe a stricken area and the situation of the nuclear power plantcarefully.

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