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Last Film of A Japanese Town

Last Film of A Japanese Town
Otsuchi, Japan was completely destroyed by the 2011 tsunamis that struck the north east coast of Japan. An American tourist captured this footage of the once-bustling town only minutes before the earthquake struck.


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Posted by pdpete on April 10, 2011
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