terça-feira, 19 de abril de 2016

Japan: rescue teams in time trial to find survivors

About 30 1000 elements of rescue teams still searching for survivors among the rubble left by the strong earthquake that hit the island of Kyūshū, in southern Japan.

According to the Government of Kumamoto for nine missing people, but hopes of finding any survivors are practically nil. Are confirmed 42 deaths.

More than 200 1000 people have been spending their days and nights in accommodation centres.

Volunteers strive to get basic necessities to those who got nothing. Food is scarce, since roads were cut by landslides.

The United States military base in Okinawa has sen t aid to the victims of the natural disaster.

The earthquakes have also had a strong impact on the local economy, affecting tourism and industry. The workers of a company that supplies Toyota gathered Monday at the factory to repair the damage caused by the aftershocks that surpassed the barrier of 7 degrees on the Richter scale.

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