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Former firefighter Shuichi Ishikawa, 61, looks for his missing son, Masahide, also a firefighter, in a toppled firetruck he found in the coastal city of Rikuzentakata.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: DAI KUROKAWA / European Pressphoto Agency

A young person rests in a school gymnasium being used as a shelter for those displaced by the tsunami.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Matt Dunham / Associated Press

A damaged car is part of the debris after the earthquake and tsunami devastated the area.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Chris McGrath / Getty Images

People wait in line at a water distribution point in Ofunato.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: NICHOLAS KAMM / AFP/Getty Images

A U.S. Navy aerial photo shows damage to the town of Wakuya. Ships and aircraft from the Ronald Reagan Carrier Strike Group are conducting search-and-rescue operations and resupply missions throughout northern Japan.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: MC3 Class ALEXANDER TIDD / U.S. NAVY/AFP/Getty Images

An evacuee searches for information about missing family members and friends on a notice board in Minamisanriku, Miyagi prefecture, where more than 10,000 out of a population of 16,000 are still unaccounted for.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Hiroaki Ohno / Yomiuri Shimbun

A member of the Fairfax County search-and-rescue team from Virginia works at the destroyed fish market in Ofunato.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: NICHOLAS KAMM / AFP/Getty Images

Members of Japan's Self-Defense Forces cover bodies in the tsunami-ravaged town.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Tsuyoshi Matsumoto / Yomiuri Shimbun

U.S. Air Force Tech. Sgt. Ray Decker, 320th Special Tactics Squadron, prepares to board an MC-130P Combat Shadow at Yokota Air Base. The squadron has been deployed to the airport in Sendai to help clear the runway and make it ready for fixed-wing air traffic.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: U.S. MILITARY / REUTERS

Headlights illuminate a disaster area. The official toll of the dead and missing following the devastating earthquake and tsunami that flattened Japan's northeast coast has topped 11,000, with more than 4,300 confirmed dead.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: AFP / Getty Images

Teams of government specialists at emergency rescue headquarters analyze data on the leaked radiation from the nuclear complex damaged by last week's earthquake.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Wally Santana / Associated Press

Japanese Self-Defense Force soldiers look for victims amid the debris. Japan's Emperor Akihito delivered a rare address to a jittery nation in dread of a nuclear catastrophe.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: TORU YAMANAKA / AFP / Getty Images

Local residents gather their belongings from a tsunami-damaged house.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: KIM JAE-HWAN / AFP / Getty Images

Reiko Miura, 68, cries as she looks for her sister's son.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Itsuo Inouye / Associated Press

Members of the Japan Self Defense Force walk through snow-covered ruins.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: DAMIR SAGOLJ / Reuters

Crews in the coastal town of Minami-Sanriku search for victims Monday.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Brian van der Brug / Los Angeles Times

The Japanese town of Ishinomaki is flooded and the city's downtown area remains deserted.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: / Los Angeles Times

Japanese soldiers search through the rubble looking for tsunami victims. The village of Minamisanriku had about 16,000 inhabitants before the quake and tsunami. More than half are still missing.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: / Los Angeles Times

One of several rescue and recovery teams moves through what is left of the village of Minamisanriku, where the tsunami cleared the land.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: / Los Angeles Times

About 16,000 people lived in Minamisanriku before the tsunami hit. More than half of them are still missing.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: / Los Angeles Times

Two bodies lie covered in the rubble of a classroom in the destroyed village.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: / Los Angeles Times

An elderly Japanese woman covers her face in reaction to learning her house was swept away by the tsunami.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: KIMIMASA MAYAMA / EPA

Japanese medical personnel check a child for radiation exposure.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: ASAHI SHIMBUN / EPA

Hundreds of people line up to wait for food at a large supermarket. Some had been waiting four hours for the store to open.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: / Los Angeles Times

Tsunami survivors cook and eat in front of their damaged home.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Associated Press

At an evacuation center, women wail after hearing about the death of family members.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Associated Press

Los Angeles County Fire Department rescue team members search through destroyed houses for survivors.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Shizuo Kambayashi / Associated Press

Members of the Chinese International Search and Rescue Team search for victims inside a ruined house.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Lui Siu Wai / Associated Press

Rescue workers search for missing people.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: JIJI PRESS / AFP / Getty Images

A boat sits in a street after being washed onshore by the tsunami.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: PHILIPPE LOPEZ / AFP / Getty Images

A rescuer searches for survivors in the devastated city.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: AFP / Getty Images

Residents eat emergency rations in a candle-lit shelter.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: KAZUHIRO NOGI / AFP / Getty Images

Villagers make their way along twisted train tracks.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: European Pressphoto Agency

Disaster response workers. A fresh explosion rocked a stricken nuclear power plant Tuesday and some workers were ordered to leave the site.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: YURIKO NAKAO / Reuters

People recover a body.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Kyodo News

A girl joins hundreds of people lining up for food at a large supermarket. Some had been waiting four hours for the store to open. Food and water are scarce in Sendai, Japan, and electricity remains off as the temperature falls. Snow and rain are forecast.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: / Los Angeles Times

Hundreds of people wait in a line at the Ito-Yokado supermarket Tuesday morning. Some had waited five hours for the store's first opening in two days. Many of those in line said they were hungry and out of food and water.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: / Los Angeles Times

Hundreds of people line the street, waiting for a supermarket to open. Food and water are scarce in Sendai and the electricity remains off.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: / Los Angeles Times

A woman helps her mother get a few belongings in Sendai as search-and-rescue teams continue to look for bodies in the rubble.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: / Los Angeles Times

A technician in protective gear looks out of an automatic door with signs reading "No entry except for those with permission" at a makeshift facility to screen, cleanse and isolate people with high radiation levels in Nihonmatsu.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: YURIKO NAKAO / Reuters

Because roads are cut off or buried, evacuees are traveling by foot. These people walk on a railway track of Japan Railway's Ofunato Line.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Associated Press

Tsunami survivors leave a devastated area after checking their homes.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: KIMIMASA MAYAMA / EPA

A resident walks through the destroyed town of Kamaishi.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: FRANCK ROBICHON / EPA

Rescue workers search for victims in Tanohata, Japan.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Reuters

A Japanese man waits anxiously as Natori firefighters work to pry open his car in a search for the man's missing family members. The firefighters found no one inside.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: / Los Angeles Times

A man rides his bicycle past a ship at Hachinohe, three days after the powerful earthquake-triggered tsunami hit Japan's eastern coast.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Shizuo Kambayashi / Associated Press

A 63-year-old Japanese woman brushes debris off a portrait of her father that was found in the ruins of her Natori home.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: / Los Angeles Times

Japanese rescue team members transport a body in the town of Watari.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: AFP / Getty Images

A Japanese woman uses a stick to sweep the front walk of her home along the Natorigawa River.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: / Los Angeles Times

A Japanese woman looks over notes left for survivors at Natori's city hall, where assistance for disaster victims has been set up. Hundreds of thousands of Japanese have been displaced as a result of last week's 8.9 quake.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: / Los Angeles Times

A couple walk down a muddy street with belongings scavenged from what was left of their home in Natori.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: / Los Angeles Times

An emergency worker throws disinfectant powder in an area affected by the earthquake and tsunami in Miyako.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Aly Song / Reuters

Relatives react with emotion as they reunite at a shelter in Kesennuma.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Associated Press

A police officer searches for victims in Rikuzentakada. Tens of thousands of people were feared dead after last week's earthquake and tsunami in northeastern Japan. Prime Minister Naoto Kan said 15,000 people had been rescued so far.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Franck Robichon / European Pressphoto Agency

The Natori area of the town was completely destroyed by the earthquake and tsunami that followed. Fires burn in the neighborhood as civil servants are finally able to enter the area to look for the dead.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: / Los Angeles Times

The Natori area of the town was destroyed by the earthquake and tsunami.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: / Los Angeles Times

A man wanders through the debris in the Natori area of Sendai.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: / Los Angeles Times

Government workers uncover the bodies of two people who died in the town.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: / Los Angeles Times

Evacuees from the Sendai area stay at a school where there is little food available.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: / Los Angeles Times

A family looks over what is left of their destroyed home in the Natori neighborhood hit hard by the tsunami.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: / Los Angeles Times

Vehicles and debris litter the Natori neighborhood hit hard by the tsunami.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: / Los Angeles Times

Japanese soldiers patrol through a devastated Natori neighborhood.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: / Los Angeles Times

A woman cries on the steps of an evacuation shelter at a junior high school in the Natori neighborhood after losing her family in the aftermath of the Japan earthquake.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: / Los Angeles Times

A tattered photograph lies in the mud in the Natori neighborhood in the aftermath of the Japan earthquake.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: / Los Angeles Times

Two men warm themselves by a fire at an evacuation center in the Natori neighborhood.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: / Los Angeles Times

Women look for names of survivors listed on boards at a victims assistance center in the Natori neighborhood.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: / Los Angeles Times

A broken bicycle is part of the debris in the destroyed Natori neighborhood near Sendai.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: / Los Angeles Times

Residents walk along a flooded street lined with destroyed vehicles and debris in Ishimaki city in northern Japan.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: KYODO / REUTERS

A ferry carried inland by the tsunami and dropped on a building is part of the destruction in Otsuchi, Iwate Prefecture.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Reuters

People are given first aid at a Japanese Red Cross hospital after being evacuated from the area hit by the tsunami in Ishinomaki.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: DAMIR SAGOLJ / Reuters

A baby is fed at the Japanese Red Cross hospital in Ishinomaki.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Toshiharu Kato / Japanese Red Cross Society/AP

An injured child sleeps at the Japanese Red Cross hospital in Ishinomaki after surviving the devastating earthquake and tsunami.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: DAMIR SAGOLJ / Reuters

Futaba Kosei Hospital patients who may have been exposed to radiation are carried into the compound of Fukushima Gender Equality Centre in Nihonmatsu.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Daisuke Tomita / The Yomiuri Shimbun/AP

A member of a decontamination team scans a man for radiation at an emergency center in Koriyama in northeastern Japan.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Gregory Bull / Associated Press

A boy has his radiation level checked at the Fukushima Gender Equality Centre in Nihonmatsu after being evacuated from a town near the troubled Fukushima nuclear power plant.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Daisuke Tomita / The Yomiuri Shimbun/AP

A picture frame with portraits of the former Emperor and Empress Hirohito of Japan lies in the rubble at Sendai airport.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: ALEX HOFFORD / European Pressphoto Agency

A combination image shows a RapidEye satellite pre-disaster image dated Sept. 5, 2010, left, and a post-disaster image dated March 12 of the Iwanuma and Watari region on northeastern Japan. The image was provided by the Center for Satellite Based Crisis Information and German Remote Sensing DataCenter of the German Aerospace Center.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: German Aerospace Center, German Remote Sensing Data Center

A combination image shows a RapidEye satellite pre-disaster image dated Sept. 5, 2010, left, and a post-disaster image dated March 12 of the city of Soma and its surrounding region in northeastern Japan, which was hit by a magnitude 9.0 earthquake and tsunami March 11. The image was provided by the Center for Satellite Based Crisis Information and German Remote Sensing Data Center of the German Aerospace Center.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: German Aerospace Center, German Remote Sensing Datacenter

Devastation wrought by the 9.0 earthquake and ensuing tsunami is seen in Miyagi prefecture, northern Japan.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: KYODO / Reuters

Survivors walk amid the destruction in Japan's Miyagi prefecture.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Associated Press / Kyodo News

A fishing boat, turned on its side by the tsunami.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: AP / Kyodo News

Rescuers pull a woman from the debris.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Asahi Shimbun / Associated Press

A ship sits amid the tsunami-generated floodwaters and burning houses.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: STR / EPA

Soldiers make their way atop a wall to get around vehicles as they search for survivors.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: AP / Kyodo News

Volunteer firefighters search for victims of the tsunami.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Shizuo Kambayashi / Associated Press

Mari Kano and her family flee amid fears about a damaged nuclear reactor.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: / Los Angeles Times

A soldier rescues a man who was trapped by the tsunami.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: KYODO / Kyodo News

Soldiers remove a body.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: YOMIURI SHIMBUN / AFP

People try to salvage belongings from the rubble.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Toru Hanai / Reuters

A soldier carries a woman on his back as people are evacuated to a shelter.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: STR / AFP/Getty Images

Residents walk past debris, including an overturned fishing boat.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: YOMIURI SHIMBUN / AFP / Getty Images

A ship that had been under construction now sits on land next to damaged homes.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: YOMIURI SHIMBUN / AFP / Getty Images

Police wearing respirators guide people away from the Daiichi nuclear plant following an evacuation order.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Reuters

An official in protective gear scans for signs of radiation on a man who is from the evacuation area near the Daini nuclear plant.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: KIM KYUNG-HOON / Reuters

Fires smolder in the badly damaged town.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: YOMIURI SHIMBUN / AFP / Getty Images

A car swept by waves rests precariously.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Reuters

Smoke rises from fishing boats.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: AFP / Getty Images

Rescue workers look for missing people in houses destroyed by waves generated by the tsunami.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Reuters

A woman cries after encountering a friend at an evacuation center hours after the massive earthquake struck the region.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Reuters

Vehicles sit in a huge pile after being washed away by an earthquake-triggered tsunami.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Atsushi Taketazu / Associated Press

Members of Japan's Self-Defense Forces help people get through flooded areas by boat.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Yomiuri Shimbun / Associated Press

Fishing boats rest atop piles of debris.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: YOMIURI SHIMBUN / AFP/Getty Images

People walk past upended vehicles resting against a wall.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: YOMIURI SHIMBUN / AFP/Getty Images

The aftermath of the quake and tsunami.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Associated Press / Kyodo News

Travelers wait in front of a Japan Airlines check-in counter at Haneda Airport on Saturday, one day after the magnitude 9.0 earthquake.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Haruyoshi Yamaguchi / Bloomberg

People build a raft on the roof of a building.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Kyodo News / X01481

Smoke billows into the sky in Miyagi prefecture.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: AP / Kyodo News

People line up for drinking water at a park.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Kyodo News / X01481

People watch their city's port area burn.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Keiichi Nakane / Yomiuri Shimbun

A soldier helps a stranded man.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Yomiuri

A girl is rescued from a damaged building Saturday.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: AP / Kyodo News

A man looks over debris and mud-filled rice paddies.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Associated Press / Kyodo News

A house moved by the tsunami is wedged under a bridge Friday.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Associated Press / Kyodo News

A woman carrying a child on her back walks through debris and mud left by the earthquake and tsunami in Iwate prefecture Friday.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Associated Press / Kyodo News

People await rescue in Miyagi prefecture Friday in northeastern Japan.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Kyodo News

Residents looks over destroyed buildings half-submerged in water Friday.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Associated Press / Kyodo News

A whirlpool develops in tsunami-whipped waters Friday.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Kyodo News

A massive tsunami wave sweeps in to engulf a residential area Friday in Miyagi prefecture in northeastern Japan.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Reuters

People line up in front of public telephone booths Friday at Shibuya station.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Yomiuri / Reuters

Streets are flooded by tsunami waters.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Yomiuri / Reuters

Smoke billows from burning houses Friday after the earthquake and tsunami.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Taichi Kaizuka / Mainichi Simbun

Workers inspect a caved-in section of highway Friday.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Associated Press

Burning houses are surrounded by water Friday.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Reuters

Houses are swept by a tsunami-generated wave Friday.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Reuters

Light planes and vehicles sit among the debris after they were swept by a tsunami that struck Sendai airport Friday.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Associated Press

People survey the damage from the earthquake and tsunami at the Kessennuma port.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Yomiuri / Reuters

Sendai Airport is surrounded by floodwaters Friday.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Reuters

Fires break out after the earthquake and tsunami.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Yomiuri Shimbun / AFP / Getty Images

An oil refinery on fire Friday after the earthquake.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: European Pressphoto Agency

A giant fireball rises from a burning oil refinery Friday.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: European Pressphoto Agency

The terminal is surrounded by water and a runway is partially submerged at Sendai Airport on Friday.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Kyodo / Reuters

Earthquake-triggered tsunami waves devastate the coast in northern Japan.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Kyodo News / Associated Press

A shelter was set up Friday for people affected by the earthquake.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Itsuo Inouye / Associated Press

Central Tokyo is jammed with cars and people squeezing through them trying to get home.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Toru Hanai / Reuters

People wait for transport services to resume at the Tokyo station Friday.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: AFP / Getty Images

Vehicles waiting to be loaded onto ships were tossed about by tsunami waves Friday.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: AFP / Getty Images

Vehicles were crushed by a wall and earth that collapsed in the earthquake Friday.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Jiji Press / AFP / Getty Images

The owner of a ceramics shop checks his damaged wares Friday.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Yoshikazu Tsuno / AFP / Getty Images

People wait for rescue on a rooftop Friday.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Kyodo News

A man sits wrapped in a blanket after he was evacuated from a building in the financial district Friday.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Kim Kyung-Hoon / Reuters

Japanese Prime Minister Naoto Kan, center, reacts to a tremor during a session of parliament Friday.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Toru Hanai / Reuters

Customers in a bookstore take cover as the earthquake hits Friday.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Kyodo News / Associated Press

People are showered with falling debris as a ceiling collapses in a bookstore during the earthquake Friday.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Kyodo News / Reuters





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