Wednesday, March 16, 2011

92 Hours

Woman Rescued 92 Hours In Iwate After Devastating Quake

A 70-year-old woman was rescued from a tsunami-hit house in Otsuchi, Iwate Prefecture, on Tuesday morning, around 92 hours after the massive quake jolted northeastern Japan and caused devastating tsunami Friday afternoon.

Rescuers from Osaka found Sai Abe on the first floor of the house and an ambulance transported her to a hospital in Kamaishi.
Although her body temperature was low, she was not in any danger, sources familiar with the rescue said.

The rescue came 20 hours after the usual 72-hour deadline when the probability of earthquake victims surviving declines substantially.

The movie "127 Hours" is a true story, and this "92 Hours" is a true story too.

The nature has great power, but also human beings are really tough. (*`∧´)
Sai Abe 70-year-old
(however, Japanese news report 75-year-old)

Anyway, Congrats!! (^0^)v

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