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The search for missing people continues on Japan's east coast despite the heightened threat of a radiation leak in the neighboring Fukushima Prefecture.

The search for missing people continues on Japan's east coast despite the heightened threat of a radiation leak in the neighboring Fukushima Prefecture.

© RIA Novosti . Tom Balmforth / Go to the photo bankA rugged wasteland of wreckage, overturned sailing boats, battered trucks and cars stretches as far as the eye can see outside the seaside town of Natori on Japan's east coast.
Rescue efforts continue on Japan's East coast - Sputnik International
1/11
A rugged wasteland of wreckage, overturned sailing boats, battered trucks and cars stretches as far as the eye can see outside the seaside town of Natori on Japan's east coast.
© RIA Novosti . Tom Balmforth / Go to the photo bankThe search for missing people continues despite the heightened threat of a radiation leak in the neighboring Fukushima Prefecture.
Rescue efforts continue on Japan's East coast - Sputnik International
2/11
The search for missing people continues despite the heightened threat of a radiation leak in the neighboring Fukushima Prefecture.
© RIA Novosti . Tom Balmforth / Go to the photo bankHowever, no reports of a radiation danger were issued in Natori.
Rescue efforts continue on Japan's East coast - Sputnik International
3/11
However, no reports of a radiation danger were issued in Natori.
© RIA Novosti . Tom Balmforth / Go to the photo bankThousands of troops are rummaging beneath vehicles and a melee of wreckage, household appliances, children's toys and debris.
Rescue efforts continue on Japan's East coast - Sputnik International
4/11
Thousands of troops are rummaging beneath vehicles and a melee of wreckage, household appliances, children's toys and debris.
© RIA Novosti . Tom Balmforth / Go to the photo bankThe smashed remnants of lives are strewn as far as ten kilometers inland in places along Japan's eastern coastline which was ravaged by tsunamis on Friday.
Rescue efforts continue on Japan's East coast - Sputnik International
5/11
The smashed remnants of lives are strewn as far as ten kilometers inland in places along Japan's eastern coastline which was ravaged by tsunamis on Friday.
© RIA Novosti . Tom Balmforth / Go to the photo bankOver 10,000 people are reported dead or missing in Japan following the disasters. A death toll of 2,500 has so far been confirmed.
Rescue efforts continue on Japan's East coast - Sputnik International
6/11
Over 10,000 people are reported dead or missing in Japan following the disasters. A death toll of 2,500 has so far been confirmed.
© RIA Novosti . Tom Balmforth / Go to the photo bankMany countries are sending rescue teams and humanitarian aid to Japan.
Rescue efforts continue on Japan's East coast - Sputnik International
7/11
Many countries are sending rescue teams and humanitarian aid to Japan.
© RIA Novosti . Tom Balmforth / Go to the photo bankOn the outskirts of Natori, a mother and daughter sit perched on a mound of rubble and broken wood. The mother points at a car sixty meters away to a soldier knee-deep in water, who peers into the car to check for bodies.
Rescue efforts continue on Japan's East coast - Sputnik International
8/11
On the outskirts of Natori, a mother and daughter sit perched on a mound of rubble and broken wood. The mother points at a car sixty meters away to a soldier knee-deep in water, who peers into the car to check for bodies.
© RIA Novosti . Tom Balmforth / Go to the photo bankOver half a million have been left homeless and millions are still thought to be without food, water, gas and electricity.
Rescue efforts continue on Japan's East coast - Sputnik International
9/11
Over half a million have been left homeless and millions are still thought to be without food, water, gas and electricity.
© RIA Novosti . Tom Balmforth / Go to the photo bankThere is still hope to find survivors under the rubble.
Rescue efforts continue on Japan's East coast - Sputnik International
10/11
There is still hope to find survivors under the rubble.
© RIA Novosti . Tom Balmforth / Go to the photo bankAftershocks still continue to rattle the area.
Rescue efforts continue on Japan's East coast - Sputnik International
11/11
Aftershocks still continue to rattle the area.
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