Do You Trust Government Agencies Like FEMA to Handle Natural Disasters Like This?
An aerial shot of homes caught in flames after being hit by a tsunami at Natori City in northern Japan.
Vehicles crushed by a collapsed wall in Japan.
Streets and homes are flooded after an earthquake in Oarai City in Ibaragi Prefecture, northeastern Japan.
At the Sendai Airport in northeastern Japan, cars and airplanes get lost in the debris that was swept by the tsunami.
A man walks past the rubble and a building engulfed in flames in Iwaki (Fukushima Prefecture).
Sendai Airport is flooded during a tsunami in Sendai, northeastern Japan. The tsunami was a consequence of the 8.9 earthquake that hit Japan.
Homes are swept by a tsunami smoulder near the airport in Japan. Reports say that the tsunami has risen to 33 feet along parts of the country's coast.
Vehicles being carried by a tsunami tidal wave at Hitachinaka City in Ibaraki Prefecture.
Looking through the jaw-dropping photos of the quake and tsunami, we can't help but wonder what would happen if such a devastating natural disaster were to happen in our own backyard.
Do you think government agencies like FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency) can handle a natural disaster as bad as this?
Look through the photos to gain more insight. And if any SodaHeads in Japan have photos to share, please do. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
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