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2011/03/12

2011.3.11

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To my friends:

Thank you for your concern. The magnitude 8.8 is the biggest record observed in Japan. Around the north east part of Japan the damage is extensive but Isehara has enough distance to avoid huge confusion away from there.

Timeline:

3/11
14:46
  The earthquake occurred, and I went out from the building. 
  Trains were stopped to keep safety.
 
16:00
  I could contact my family with phone mail.
  My wife was at home and safe.
  My elder daughter was in Odawara(20km away from home) and could not go home.
  My younger daughter was at Tsurumaki(next to Isehara) and walked back home taking 3 hours.
  My son was at junior high school in Zushi(40km away) and could not go home.
  Last night in Isehara, the center area including the city hall was blacked out.
 
21:40
  I left city hall by car after we confirm all the students and teachers in Isehara are safe. Some Administrators stayed at city hall and Nakazawa JHS, the emergency evacuation facilities in Isehara.
  I'm relieved to hear that every student went home safe last night.
 
22:40
  I reached home.
 
23:45
  I picked up my elder daughter at Odawara station.
  My son stayed at school all night.
 
3/12
10:00
  My son came home by train.

There are some damages when usual earthquake happens but no tsunami, fire and destruction in the area of Isehara and Hadano. All the people are safe and the local electric power, telephone lines and transportations are restored here. I'm writing this  with watching the news on TV at home.


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