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Red tsunami hits Japan, causing 3 deaths, including a toddler

December 9, 2021 Comments Off on Red tsunami hits Japan, causing 3 deaths, including a toddler By admin

Red tsunami has hit Japan, killing at least three people and leaving many others stranded, the country’s prime minister said Thursday.

The death toll from the tsunami that struck the island nation on March 11 rose to three on Thursday, the National Disaster Management Agency said in a statement.

The agency also reported a total of 15,965 people have been rescued and rescued and evacuated since the tsunami hit the country.

Some 1,817 people have now been officially listed as missing and some 7,600 people are missing.

Hide Caption 1 of 12 Photos: Photos: Japanese tsunami hits photos Red tsunami: Japan Red tsunami makes landfall in Japan on Thursday.

Hide caption The first wave of the tsunami struck the capital, Tokyo, about 11:50 p.m. local time.

Hide 2018 photos: Red tsunami in Japan: A child rests on a boat in the aftermath of a tsunami that killed people and damaged buildings.

Hide Gallery 2 of 12 Photo: A man takes photos in the center of Tokyo on March 10, 2018.

Hide View Caption 3 of 12 The death of a toddler in the capital’s Shinjuku district on March 8, 2018, left a father and his daughter paralyzed and unable to walk.

Hide Cute: A little girl carries her sister as she runs to safety after a tsunami damaged her house in the town of Kashiwazaki, in the central Japanese prefecture of Shizuoka.

Hide Images 4 of 12 A woman sits on a sofa in Tokyo on Wednesday, March 6, 2018 after seeing a tsunami advisory sign.

Hide Photos 5 of 12 This photograph of a woman wearing a red scarf on March 6 shows her hiding in a room in her home.

Hide Photo 6 of 12 Children ride a bike in a flooded street in the northern part of Tokyo.

Hide 7 of 12 One of the most deadly tsunamis in history struck Japan, wiping out much of the country, killing more than 17,000 people and causing the evacuation of 1.6 million.

Hide 8 of 12 People look for help amid the rubble in a street after a tidal wave hit Tokyo.

The wave was about 70 miles (113 kilometers) wide and was the strongest to hit Japan since a magnitude 7.0 earthquake struck Japan in 2011.

Hide 9 of 12 Water runs in the flooded street of Kita Ward, in Tokyo.

People are still trying to evacuate as the wave comes ashore.

Hide 10 of 12 Many buildings have collapsed and many more are submerged, according to Japan’s emergency ministry.

Hide 11 of 12 Shimmering water and debris litter the streets of the Tokyo neighborhood of Futaba.

Hide 12 of 12 Hide Caption 2 of 11 A woman carries her son from a damaged building after a second wave hit Japan.

Hide 3 of 11 The tsunami hit Tokyo around 11:45 p., local time, killing some 763 people and destroying some 200,000 homes.

Hide 4 of 11 This photo of a Japanese girl and her baby is taken in a neighborhood near the city of Tokyo, which is a popular tourist destination.

Hide 5 of 11 Photos: Japan tsunami hits pictures Japan tsunami: A tsunami warning sign hangs in front of a building destroyed by a tsunami.

Hide 6 of 11 In the southern Japanese city of Saitama, water overflows onto the street after the tsunami.

Many people have set up makeshift shelters.

Hide Seven children, two men and a woman, and a baby are rescued from a house in Saitame.

Hide Pictures 7 of 11 People stand on the debris in the ruins of a house after the second wave struck.

Hide eight of 11 Hide Caption 9 of 11 Flooding in Tokyo’s Ginza district on Wednesday.

Hide A woman is comforted by another woman who was rescued after a third wave hit the city.

Hide Hide 10, 11 and 12 The second wave of Japan’s tsunami hit Japan at 11:44 p..m., killing at most 11 people and injuring more than 500,000.

Hide More than 18,000 rescue workers are on standby to help.

Hide Eleven Japanese citizens have died in the tsunami and the country has declared a state of emergency.

Hide 13 of 11 Japan tsunami deaths: What you need to know about the crisis Hide Caption 14 of 11 Photo: People walk amid a sea of destroyed houses in the coastal town of Kobe.

Hide 15 of 11 Residents look at the devastation in Kobe.

Some homes were destroyed or damaged in the second tsunami.

The third wave came ashore on March 13.

Hide 16 of 11 Tokyo is the main city in the southern part of Japan and the nation’s financial center.

Hide 17 of 11 Women and children are evacuated from a flooded area in Kobe on March 15.

Hide 18 of 11 More than 100,000 Japanese have been evacuated from their homes in the wake of the second and third waves.

Hide 19 of 11 At least 13,500 people have died.

Hide 20 of 11 Another man rests in a house on the outskirts of Kobe after being rescued from the second quake. Hide 21

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Which effects of the tsunami are most likely to cause headaches?

August 18, 2021 Comments Off on Which effects of the tsunami are most likely to cause headaches? By admin

Last year, the tsunami that hit Japan killed over 6,000 people and left more than 1.5 million injured.

But according to new research, the most likely cause of headaches for many people will be the shockwave, rather than the tsunami itself.

Researchers at the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS) and the University of California, San Diego (UCSD) analyzed data from the Japan National Disaster Risk Reduction Agency (JNDRRA) from 2011 and 2012.

Their findings showed that, when it comes to headaches, the biggest threat from the tsunami is actually from a combination of the wave and the tsunami.

The researchers looked at data from a survey of nearly 3,000 Japanese adults in 2011 and 12,500 adults in 2012.

The survey covered all of the major parts of Japan, including the central and southern areas, the islands, and the cities.

Survey participants were asked whether they had ever had a headache, whether they were able to function at work or school, and how much they thought they had a migraine.

The results showed that almost 70 percent of the Japanese adults surveyed believed that headaches caused by the tsunami were the result of the shockwaves and tsunami.

In fact, about a third of the people surveyed said that their headache was caused by both the tsunami and the shock waves.

But among those who said their headache caused by tsunami was caused solely by the shock wave, more than half said that it was caused entirely by the wave itself.

This was the case even among people who were very aware of their headaches as a result of having been hit by a tsunami.

Researchers concluded that the biggest risk for headaches caused solely or primarily by the waves was the shock, rather that the tsunami, which was actually responsible for almost half of all headaches among the surveyed people.

The study found that nearly 40 percent of people who suffered from headaches that were caused by shockwave were also also likely to suffer from headaches caused primarily by tsunami.

“The major headache causes that are most frequent in the tsunami-affected areas were the tsunami wave itself, followed by the resulting tsunami shockwave,” said lead author Dr. Masaru Ishikawa, a professor in the Department of Neurology and Neurosciences at UCSD.

“This means that most people who experience headaches because of the earthquake or tsunami are at a higher risk of headache when the shock and tsunami come together,” Ishikawa said.

“These people can be vulnerable to headache if they are living in areas that were severely damaged by tsunami.”

While the study does not provide an estimate of the amount of people in Japan who have headaches due to the tsunami waves, it found that more than 30 percent of all Japanese adults said that headaches were caused mostly by tsunami waves.

The study also showed that headaches in people who live in areas affected by the earthquake and tsunami were more common than headaches in areas where the tsunami had not occurred.

People who live near areas that experienced the earthquake were more likely to report headaches than people who lived in areas with no earthquake.

This may be because people living near areas where earthquakes were not felt may not have been exposed to the same shockwave that struck the Pacific Ocean, the researchers said.

“We are currently studying whether this is also the case for people who are not exposed to tsunami, but the data does show that tsunami headaches can be triggered by tsunami,” said Dr. James J. Anderson, a researcher at the UCSD Department of Epidemiology and Genetics.

“This suggests that the main effect of the disaster in Japan is to cause more severe headaches than normal.”

It is also important to point out that these results are not based on any particular risk or benefit,” he said.

The findings may have important implications for the health care system.

In the U.S., more than 40 million people have been diagnosed with headache since the 2011 and 2013 tsunamis.

For people who suffer headaches caused mostly or exclusively by shock waves, the effects of exposure to shockwaves may be particularly hard to control.

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How the tsunami hit saltx: The saltx tsunami

August 7, 2021 Comments Off on How the tsunami hit saltx: The saltx tsunami By admin

The salt x tsunami hit the southern Philippines last night (Thursday) and is expected to last at least one day, according to the country’s Disaster Management Office (DMO).

This comes after the death toll from last night’s tsunami climbed to 1,100.

The tsunami left hundreds of thousands of people without power and caused a tsunami warning to be issued for the whole country.

The Philippines’ Department of Disaster Risk Reduction (DDRR) says the worst-hit areas are the areas of the southern provinces of Mindanao, Lanao del Norte, and Mindanaan.

It says it has also issued a tsunami evacuation alert.

In the wake of last night, there were reports of at least 10 deaths and dozens of missing in the affected areas, according the DMO.

It also reported at least 5.8 million tonnes of salt had been pumped out of the ocean.

It is believed that around 10 million tonnes was pumped out, while the government has reported that the entire region has been impacted.

A number of islands in the southern province of Lanao Del Norte have also been hit by the tsunami, according a statement by the government.

The disaster relief effort is underway in the province, which lies on the main road from Bohol to Bohol City.

The Philippine coast guard is also in the process of assessing the damage caused by last night.

The country’s Department of Environmental Affairs said the region has already suffered damage worth around P6.4 billion.

In total, more than 1.5 million people have been evacuated, with the remaining people being brought to safer areas, said the DDO.

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