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Thursday, July 14, 2011

A reply from S. in Japan (A true friend walks in when the rest of the world walks out)

I have been fortunate to have been introduced to a dentist name S. who is part of a group of Japanese dentists who have volunteered to identify the deceased through their teeth.  Seiichiro has done me the favor of looking into my itinerary,  helping me arrange my visits to the different districts as well as keeping me informed first hand of the disaster. It is important that we never lose sight why I am going to Japan. The Japanese cannot be forgotten.  Here is a copy of the letter I received from Seiichiro today.


Seiichiro Ono
                                                       















                                      


On Jul 14, 2011, at 9:58 PM, 小野清一郎 wrote:


Dear Mark Paul,

I’ve got  information about disaster level of each cities you listed.
In Fukushima Pref., Minami-soma area seems to be terrible.
In Miyagi Pref., Minami-sanriku, Ishinomaki, Kesennuma, and in Iwate Pref., Rikuzentakada, Ofunato, Kamaishi and Miyako seem to be bad, too.
Besides, Itako area in Ibaragi Pref is also damaged hard by earthquakes.
I hope this infomation helps you to focus on.

Best regards,
S.

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