In response for the massive 8.9 Japan quake that made a ferocious tsunami that hit the Northeastern Japan late this afternoon March 11, 2011, Google launch a Crisis Response to help our fellow brothers find their friends and families that might have been affected by the Tsunami.

New Zealand, Philippines, Indonesia, Papua New Guinea, Hawaii and others were alerted of a possible Tsunami that could happen the next few hours because of Japan's 8.9 earthquake.
It was confirmed that about 200 to 300 bodies were found in the northeastern coastal city of Sendai. Death toll was likely to continue to climb according to news.

Japan's worst previous quake happened in 1923 in Kanto, an 8.3 magnitude quake that killed around 143,000 people and in 1996 in Kobe City that killed 6,400 people. Japan lies on the "Ring of Fire" - an arc of earthquake and volcanic zones stretching around the Pacific from where about 90 percent of worlds quake occur.


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