Thousands roam Tokyo streets, stations after quake
Mar 11, 2011 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: KOMO
Tens of thousands of stranded people roamed the streets of Tokyo or holed up in offices and train stations as the capital's usual bustling traffic came to a standstill Friday after the biggest earthquake in modern Japanese history struck.
Hey the earthquake has not had too many negative effects on Tokyo aside from the streets being a little dimmer due to energy saving! Please check out this Facebook page for more information and updates on Japan!!
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