Link below is to videos. On the page click on link partway down the
page on the left. You will go to a long list of videos that keep being
added. The titles are helpful; even more helpful are the number of
hits. Although many have Japanese commentary, you can turn if off and
still understand what is going on -- example, helicopters dropping water
on reactors. There is one interview in English that supplies
inadvertently the difficulty in getting solid info in fast breaking
story. Elsewhere there is an NRC task force report by real experts that
honestly reveal that they had trouble getting solid info or arriving
at clear confusions for future action.
13 March 2011 Newly emerged footage shows the force at which the tsunami struck Japan's coast. In the fishing port of Miyako, in Iwate prefecture, boats were overturned, while video from Kamaishi city shows cars being dragged down city streets by the water. The tsunami that followed the 8.9-magnitude earthquake wreaked havoc along a huge stretch of Japan's north-east coast, sweeping far inland and devastating a number of towns and villages. Powerful aftershocks are continuing to hit the region. Footage courtesy of TV Asahi and TBS Find Link from above 12 March 2011 The intensity of Japan's earthquake on Friday is shown in new footage captured north of Tokyo in Kashima, Ibaraki prefecture. Gerrard Westby, who filmed the footage, moved to Japan a year ago from Nova Scotia in Canada. He told the BBC "I've witnessed earthquakes before but never with so much ferocity and power. I tried running through my third floor apartment to get outside only to watch my kitchen fall apart. It was crazy. The aftershocks rumbled through the night and continue every 5-10 min."
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