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일본 강진 8일째 사진과 동영상 - Japan Disaster in Figures D+8


Japan Disaster in Figures            Sat March 19,2011

(Reuters) - The following is a list of the likely impact of and response to the devastating earthquake and tsunami that rocked the northeast coast of Japan on March 11, and subsequent crisis at nuclear power plants.
DEATH TOLL
* The death toll is expected to exceed 10,000, with northeastern prefectures of Miyagi, Iwate and Fukushima most severely hit. At least 7,348 people were confirmed dead, exceeding 6,434 who died after the Kobe earthquake in 1995. But 10,947 people are still missing, National Police Agency of Japan says on Saturday.
NUMBER OF PEOPLE EVACUATED
* Nearly 340,000 people have been evacuated and are staying at shelters, Mainichi news paper reports on Saturday.
HOUSEHOLDS WITHOUT ELECTRICITY
* About 256,819 households in the north were without electricity as of late Saturday, Tohuku Electric Power Co. says.
HOUSEHOLDS WITHOUT WATER
* At least 1.03 million households were without running water as of Saturday, according to the Health Ministry.
NUMBER OF BUILDINGS DAMAGED
* At least 117,570 buildings have been damaged, with at least 14,606 completely destroyed, National Police Agency of Japan says.
IMPACT ON ECONOMY
-- Citigroup expects 5-10 trillion yen in damage to housing and infrastructure, while Barclays Capital estimates economic losses of 15 trillion yen ($183.7 billion) or 3 percent of Japan's GDP.
UBS expects Japan's economy to grow 1.4 percent this year, compared with its previous forecast of 1.5 percent expansion. But it upgraded its growth forecast for 2012 to 2.5 percent, up from the previous estimate of 2.1 percent.
- Goldman Sachs expects total economic losses likely to hit 16 trillion yen, while it expects real GDP to decline by 0.5-2 percent in the second quarter.
NUMBER OF COUNTRIES OFFERING AID
- According to the Japanese foreign ministry, 128 countries and 33 international organizations have offered assistance as of Saturday.
($1=81.66 yen)

후쿠시마 원자로 4개 전력공급 재개


대규모 방사선 유출 우려가 고조되고 있는 후쿠시마(福島) 제1원전 원자로 4곳에 19일 중으로 전력공급이 재개될 예정이다. 

일본 원자력안전보안원은 이날 기자회견에서 오늘 안으로 1ㆍ2호기에 전력이 복구될 예정이라고 밝혔다. 

또 “5호기와 6호기도 오늘 중으로 전력이 공급될 것”이라며 “3호기와 4호기 전력은 내일(20일) 복구될 예정”이라고 원자력안전보안원 관계자가 말했다. 

한편 이날 5호기의 디젤 냉각펌프도 재가동할 수 있게 됐으나 아직 전원이 연결되지는 않은 것으로 전해졌다

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Tayo Kitamura, 40, kneels in the street to caress and talk to the wrapped body of her mother Kuniko Kitamura, 69, after Japanese firemen discovered the dead woman inside the ruins of her home in Onagawa, Japan, Saturday, March 19.

Construction workers pray in silence Saturday before starting to build temporary housing for earthquake-affected residents of the coastal city of Rikuzentakata in Iwate prefecture.

Fukushima Dai-ichi Power Plant is seen in this satellite image, taken Friday and released by DigitalGlobe. About 300 workers are racing to restore power and cooling systems to the six reactors at the plant to avert the biggest nuclear catastrophe since Chernobyl in 1986.

U.S. citizens walk out from the Sendai, Japan, City Hall on Friday as they prepare to evacuate on a bus sent by the U.S. Embassy.

Residents shop for fresh vegetables Friday at an open-air market in Sendai in Miyagi prefecture, Japan.

Momoko Onodera prays as she talks about her husband, who died in the tsunami, at an evacuation center on March 18 in Kesennuma, Japan. 

Local residents rest in the gymnasium of an elementary school used as a shelter in Minamisanriku, Japan, on March 18.

Fire trucks line a road in Sukuiso, Japan, on March 18.

A Japanese rescue worker holds an intravenous drip bag as an elderly survivor is transported to a hospital in Kesennuma in Miyagi prefecture on Friday, March 18. A potential humanitarian crisis looms as nearly half a million people who have been displaced by the disaster continue to suffer a shortage of food and fuel as freezing weather conditions set in.

A survivor walks through debris in Rikuzentakata, Iwate prefecture on Friday.

Japanese rescue workers sift through rubble in the city of Rikuzentakata in Iwate prefecture on Friday

A man, right, cries and hugs his cousin as they are reunited at a shelter and he is told that all his family are safe in Minamisanriku, Miyagi Prefecture on Friday, a week after the earthquake and tsunami.
Emergency workers cut metal debris on a building in Yamada, Iwate Prefecture, days after the area was devastated by a magnitude 9.0 earthquake and tsunami.
Emergency workers cut metal debris on a building in Yamada, Iwate Prefecture
A police officer checks a dead body at a village destroyed by an earthquake and tsunami a week ago in Ofunato, Iwate Prefecture, northeast Japan.
A police officer checks a dead body in Ofunato, Iwate Prefecture
Rescue workers walk in heavy snowfall at a factory area that was devastated after being hit by an earthquake and tsunami.
Rescue workers walk in heavy snowfall at a factory area that was devastated after being hit by tsunami.
Residents carry supplies bought at a supermarket in downtown Sendai, northeastern Japan, March 16, 2011, as it snows. Residents living in the earthquake and tsunami-damaged Sendai are struggling to purchase even the most basic necessities such as food, petrol and medicine as most of the shops are closed.
Residents carry supplies bought at a supermarket in downtown Sendai, as it snows.
A man walks past a collapsed house during heavy snowfall at a factory area devastated by an earthquake and tsunami in Sendai, northern Japan.
A man walks past a collapsed house during heavy snowfall at a devastated factory area in Sendai.
Train cars swept by a tsunami wave are seen from an aerial view after an earthquake and tsunami struck Onagawa, Miyagi Prefecture in Northern Japan.
Train cars swept by a tsunami wave are seen from an aerial view in Onagawa
Survivors of an 8.9-magnitude earthquake and tsunami receive treatment at the Ishinomaki Red Cross hospital in Miyagi prefecture.
Survivors of an 8.9-magnitude earthquake and tsunami receive treatment at the Ishinomaki Red Cross hospital in Miyagi prefecture.
A woman is rescued from a flooded area by Japan Self Defense Forces troops in Ishimaki City.
A woman is rescued from a flooded area by Japan Self Defense Forces troops in Ishimaki City.
People walk along a flooded street in Ishimaki City, Miyagi Prefecture in Northern Japan, after an earthquake and tsunami struck the area.
People walk along a flooded street in Ishimaki City, Miyagi Prefecture
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Japanese fire fighters lower the body of a victim from a two-story house at a village that was destroyed by the earthquake and tsunami, in Kamaishi, 
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The body of a victim is covered with a blanket after it was retrieved from the rubble of Rikuzentakat, days after the area was devastated by a magnitude 9.0 earthquake and tsunam
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Lights are turned off to save energy before rolling blackouts in Tokyo, March 17, 2011.
Firefighters arrive to rescue people from a hospital after a magnitude 8.9 earthquake and tsunami hit Minamisanriku City.
Firefighters arrive to rescue people from a hospital after a magnitude 8.9 earthquake and tsunami hit Minamisanriku City.

Waiting for a meal

Waiting in line to get drinking water
An electric organ is overturned after an earthquake and tsunami in Kesennuma, Miyagi Prefecture in northern Japan March 13, 2011. Strong aftershocks continued to shake Japan's main island as the desperate search pressed on for survivors from Friday's massive earthquake and tsunami.
An electric organ is overturned after an earthquake and tsunami in Kesennuma, Miyagi Prefecture 

This satellite photograph provided by the Center for Satellite Based Crisis Information of the German Aeropsace Center shows flooded Sendai Airport after the devastating earthquake and tsunami on March 12, 2011 at Sendai, Japan.
This satellite photograph provided by the Center for Satellite Based Crisis Information of the German Aeropsace Center shows flooded Sendai Airport after the devastating earthquake and tsunami on March 12, 2011 at Sendai, Japan.
In this handout image provided by U.S. Navy, Sailors aboard the U.S. 7th Fleet command ship USS Blue Ridge stand-by to move pallets of humanitarian relief supplies across the ship's flight deck Saturday, March 12.
In this handout image provided by U.S. Navy, Sailors aboard the U.S. 7th Fleet command ship USS Blue Ridge stand-by to move pallets of humanitarian relief supplies across the ship's flight deck

Nine-year-old Toshihito Aisawa pictured at an evacuation centre in Ishinomaki, Miyagi Prefecture, Japan on March 15, searching for his missing father, mother and grandmother.

Residents of Miyako search through the remnants of their houses on Thursday, hoping to salvage any belongings.


Rescue workers search a river in Sendai.


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Free soy sauce is found on the sidewalk Thursday, March 17 after the tsunami washed many bottles away from a soy sauce factory in Kamaishi city.

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A volunteer reunites with her friend at an evacuation center in Kesennuma, Japan, on Thursday, March 17.


This handout image, released by Japanese Self Defense Ministry on March 19, shows a fire engine dousing reactor number 3 of Tokyo Electric Power Co. (TEPCO) Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear power station No.1 at Okuma town in Fukushima prefecture on March 18. Japanese crews fighting to cool overheating reactors laid a power line into a stricken nuclear power plant on March 19.

Electric company workers repair a power transmission tower at the town of Otsuchi, March 19.

Masahiro Hamaguchi hold a cherished artwork he recovered from his home in Kesennuma. As a welfare worker, he is not happy that more aid is not reaching the area.
Kukiko Fushimi is screening for radiation with her two grandchildren in Yamagata.

A young survivor queues for drinking water in Kesennuma in Miyagi prefecture on Friday.

Toyoki Sugawara looks out from his destroyed liquor shop where he is collecting any items he can salvage in Kesennuma on Friday.

Japanese soldiers pray for victiims found in debris in Minamisanriku on Friday.

A window provides a view of  large ship sitting amid in debris in Kesennuma.

This picture, released Friday of March 18, was taken by a Miyako City official on March 11 and show a tsunami breaching an embankment and flowing into the city of Miyako.

Aiko Musashi and her husband Katsuya remove belongings from their destroyed home. Residents have started returning to their home to begin the massive cleanup operation caused by a magnitude of 9.0 quake. 
Akiko Ito, 84, in front of her destroyed home.

Japan soldiers pray for victims found in debris.

A rescue worker search through debris.
Japanese American Kit Miyamoto, a structural engineer from United States, is in Japan to help assess damage.

A aerial view shows the site of a rolling blackout.

Shinobu Sugimoto, 29, returned to his home in Rikuzentakata, Iwate Prefecture, to collect belongings. He picked up a basketball, a jacket, a pair of glasses, a pair of sneakers and some photos.

Minako Oikawa, left, who lost her husband in the earthquake and tsunami which struck Japan last week, cried as she met family members at an evacuation center in in Rikuzentakata.

A woman rummaged through her damaged home in the town of Yamamoto, in northeastern Japan, on Friday.

A photo album amid the ruins of Rikuzentakata.

An aerial view of Rikuzentakata on Friday.

The body of a tsunami victim lay in the rubble at Rikuzentakata.

Firefighters searched among the ruins of Rikuzentakata.

Local volunteers help carry belongings of evacuees from Futaba, a town near the tsunami-crippled Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear plant in Fukushima Prefecture on Saturday.




March 19: A survivor of Japan's tsunami has lunch at an evacuation center in Rikuzentakata,

March 19: A local man rests near Sensoji Temple in Tokyo, Japan. Tokyo's usually busy streets have been quiet since a nuclear crisis triggered by the disaster prompted the U.S. and other governments to recommend against travel to Japan due to the risk that radioactive contamination might spread.

Soldiers search in the snow for missing people in Miyako, Japan


Debris covers Sendai Airport's terminal building in Natori, Japan.

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The frame of a house damaged by earthquake and tsunami is silhouetted against the sky at sunset in Higashimatsushima

A young woman looks for her friends' names on a list of evacuees in Rikuzentakata.


Volunteers work to remove debris as they search for more bodies in Rikuzentakata, Japan, on Saturday, March 19.


Osumi, a Japanese tank landing ship carrying emergency aid, arrives at the port of Sendai. 

Somech Roy, an Israeli living in Sendai, gives a bread to a man in downtown Sendai. A friend baked 1,500 loaves of breads for free distribution after he received donations from Jews in Japan and abroad.

A group of woman head for a makeshift hot bath set up by Japanese Self-Defense Forces in Kamashi.

Survivors walk amid devastation in the town of Minamisanriku.

Cars and buildings wrecked by last week's tsunami in outside Sendai.

Members of the Fairfax County, Virginia, Task Force 1 Urban Search and Rescue team head down a flight of stairs to start their operations in Ofunato March 16, 2011. 

Evacuees stretch while doing exercise at an evacuation center in Rikuzentakata, northern Japan, Saturday, March 19, 2011, after Friday's earthquake and tsunami.

Heavy equipment is used to clear debris from streets in the devastated town of Kesennuma, Japan, March 19, eight days after an earthquake and the subsequent tsunami.

In this Thursday, March 18 photo, a farmer checks leeks cultivated in a vinyl house in the earthquake and tsunami-stricken town of Yamamoto, Japan. Japan said Saturday, March 19, that radiation levels in spinach and milk from farms near its tsunami-stricken Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear power complex exceeded government safety limits.

A man walks after shopping at the Tsukiji fish market in Tokyo March 19. Fishmongers at the popular market reported that the number of customers and amount of sales were sharply down due to fears about blackouts and the nuclear disaster in northern Japan following last weeks earthquake and tsunami.

Shigemasa Kanno, 74, holds a photograph of his missing 68-year-old wife Sueko Kanno, at the debris of his destroyed house in Rikuzentakata, Japan, March 19.

Manholes poke out from the ground on March 19, due to the liquefaction triggered by the 9.0 magnitude earthquake in Urayasu, Japan

A woman collects water leaking from a manhole in Ishimaki, Japan, March 19.

March 19: Family members on a bus part from father in Koriyama, northern Japan after an earthquake and its subsequent tsunami. The bus service for Niigata station at Japan Railway Koriyama station resumed.

March 19: Survivors of Japan's tsunami pack on the floor at an evacuation center in Rikuzentakata, 

March 19: Firemen search for remains in the river in Kesennuma, Miyagi Prefecture, northern Japan, over a week after an earthquake and tsunami hit Japan's northeastern coastal towns.

March 19: Residents try to avoid strong wind blowing in Rikuzentakata

March 19: Firefighters carry the wrapped body of Kuniko Kitamura, 69, out of the ruins of her home in Onagawa
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An employee of Yamagata city office holds a Geiger counter to detect radiation when evacuees from the vicinity of Fukushima nuclear plant wish to be screened upon their arrival at an evacuation centre set in a gymnasium in Yamagata, northern Japan March 19, 2011, eight days after Japan's devastating earthquake and tsunami. 
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A girl looks at her mother as they are scanned for radiation at Azuma gymnastic hall in Fukushima, northern Japan, March 18, 2011. Mandatory Credit.
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Laundry of evacuees, mostly from the vicinity of the Fukushima nuclear plant, are pictured at an evacuation centre set in a gymnasium in Yamagata, northern Japan March 19, 2011,
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A woman wearing a helmet walks through traffic chaos as people are forced to walk home between gridlocked vehicles in central Tokyo after an earthquake off the coast of northern Japan

Trucks carrying relief supplies drive a road amid the rubble at Onagawa town,

People stand in line to wait for water supply in Ishinomaki, Miyagi Prefecture,

Survivors press their hands together in prayer to mourn their relatives at the devastated town of Onagawa

Akira Iwai, 67, walks around looking for his friend in the devastated city of Rikuzentakata,

Refugees wait for supplies at an evacuation center in Rikuzentakata

March 18: A survivor observes a moment of silence to the wail of siren at the devastated town of Yamada

People visited the devastated neighborhood of Kesennuma in Miyagi Prefecture.

A survivor peered into her destroyed home in the debris of Yamada in Iwate prefecture.

In the town of Yamada, residents cleaned debris from their home.

Evacuees shared a plate of Japanese pickles and ate hot soup at an evacuation center in coastal city of Rikuzentakata, Iwate Prefecture.

A tank lay on a house amid piles of debris in Yamada.

Members of Japan's Self-Defense Force carried the body of a victim found in the ruins of Kesennuma.

In this image, taken from footage released by the Japanese Defense Ministry, a fire engine from the Japan Self-Defense Forces sprayed water toward Unit 3 of the troubled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear complex on Friday.

Residents shopped for food in a near-empty grocery store in Senmaya on Saturday, as food shortages continued.
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A survivor walks through debris in Rikuzentakata, Iwate prefecture
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A survivor looks at a photograph near her destroyed house in Rikuzentakata

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