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A child is hoisted up to a helicopter, the only way out for many, in the tsunami-wrecked city of Sendai in Japan. Japanese search and rescue teams flew over extensive damage and debris to reach people isolated and stranded on the roofs of buildings.

Daybreak revealed the huge devastation left when a 10 meter high tsunami slammed the Japanese coastline after an 8.9 magnitude earthquake struck. Few houses remained standing in some areas, many were swept away, others flattened.

Authorities battled to contain rising pressure at two nuclear plants in Fukushima, which were damaged in the quake. Japan's Industry Minister said. "Due to the air release procedure, there's a possibility that radioactive materials may be released into the air. But the amount is minimal."

Thousands of residents in the area have been evacuated. Fires continued to rage in parts of northeastern Japan with sections of some cities under water. The unfolding natural disaster has promoted offers of search and rescue from 50 countries.

Marie-Claire Fennessy, Reuters


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strand: v. leave stranded or isolated withe little hope og rescue 使搁浅,陷入困境

daybreak: n. the first light of day 拂晓, 黎明


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[Homework]2011-03-15 Reuters Video News

A child is hoisted up to a helicopter, the only way out for many in the tsunami-met city of Sendai, Japan. Japanese searching rescue teams flew over extensive damage under breeze to reach people isolated and strangers on the roof of buildings.

Day Break review the huge devastation left when the 10-meter high tsunami slumped the Japanese cost line after a 8.9 magnitude earthquake strike. Few houses remain standing in some areas, many were swept away, others, fluctuated.

A solo choose battle to contain right in pressure to nuclear plant in Fukushima which were damaged in the quake. Japan’s industry Minister said, Due to the air release procedure, there’s a possibility that radioactive materials maybe released into the air, but the amount is minimal. Thousands of residents in the area have been evacuated.

Fires continue to raid in part of no decent Japan with sections of some cities under water. The unfolding natural disaster has *offers a surge and rescue from 50 countries.



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A child is hoisted up to a helicopter, the only way out for many in the tsunami wreck city of Sendai Japan.
Japanese searching rescue team flew over extensive damage and debris to reach people isolated and strangers on the roof of the buildings.
Day break revealed a huge devastation left when the 10-meter high tsunami slammed the Japanese coast line of during 8.9 magnitude quake strike, new houses remain standing in some areas, many was swept away, others flattened.
Authorities battled to contain raising presure in newclear plant in Fukushima , which was damaged in the quake, Japan industry administrator said.
Due to the air release procedure, there's a possibility that redio-reactive materials maybe release to the air, but the amount is minimal.
Thousands of residents in the area had been evacuated, fire continues to rage in part of northeasten Japan with sections some of the city underwater, the unfolding natural disaster has prompted offers of search and rescue from 55 countries.

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[Homework]【整理】2011-03-15 Reuters Video News

A child was hoisted up to the helicoptor the only way out from city in Japan. Japanese searching rescue teams flew over expensive damage and debris to reach isolated people that had been strangled on the roof of the building. They break review the huge devastation left when the ten metre-high tsunami land the Japanese coastline after an 8.9 quake struck. Few houses remain standing in some areas. Many were swept away, Other's flattened. Authority battled to contain writting pressure to nuclear plan in Ko which was damaged in the quake. Janpan Industry minister said Procedure has the possibility the radioactive material maybe released into the air. But the amount is minimun. Thousands of residents in the area have been evacuated. Fires continued to rage in parts of the Northestern Japan which session of some cities under water. The unfolding natural disaster has prompted offers of search and rescue from fifies countries.

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A child is hoised up to a helicopter, the only way out for many in the tsunami wreck city senda, Japan. Japanese searching rescue teams flew over extensive damage * to * people isolate  and strangers on the roofs of the building.  Daybreak reveal the huge devastation left when the 10 meters high tsunami slammed the Japanese coast line of 8.9 maganitutes earthquake stuck. Few houses remain standing on the areas, many were swaped away, others flattened. Athority battled contain rising pressure two liquid plants in fukushima, which were damaged in the quake. Japan's industrial minister said "Due to the air release procedure, it is posibility that radioactive materials may be release into the air. But the amount is minimal." Thousands of residents in the area had been evacuated.  Fires continued to rage in part in noertheast Japan with sections of some cities under the water. The unfolding natrual disaster has prompted offers of search and rescue from fifty countries.
Marie- Claire Fennessy, Reuters.

[Homework]【整理】2011-03-15 Reuters Video News

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    A child is hoisted up to a helicopter, the only way out for many in the tsunami wreck city of Sendai in Japan. Japanese searching rescue teams flew over extensive damage * to reach people issolated and estrange * of buildings. Daybreak revealed the huge devastation left when a ten meter high tsunami slammed the Japanese coastline of 8.8 magnitude earthquake struck. Few houses remain standing in some areas , many were swept away, others flattened. Authorities battle to contain new plan in Fukishima which was damaged in the quake.Japan's industrial ministry said, due to the air release procedure, there's a possibility that radioactive meterials may be released into the air, but the amount is minimal. Thousands of residents in the area have been evacuated, fires continue to rage in part of northeastern Japan with sections of some cities underwater. The disaster has prompted offers of search and rescue from fifty countries.

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[Homework]【整理】2011-03-15 Reuters Video News

Child is hoisted up to a hilicopeter, the only way out from many phonomy city in japan. Japanese searching rescue teams flew over * of damage and branch to reach people isolate to their * of buildings. They break review the huge devestation left when the 10-Meter high tunamy  slammed the Japanese coast line. of during a point 9 * quit struck. Few houses remain standing in some areas, many were swapped away, others' flooded. Authority battle to contain * pressure to nuclear plan in * which were damaged in the quake. Japan Industry Minister said, due to the area released procedure, as a possibility that radioactive materiel may be released to the air but the amount is minimal. Thousands of residents in the areas have been *. Fire continues to range in parts of northeast Japan with section in some cities underwater. The unfolding nature disaster has * offers of search and rescue from 50 countries.

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A child is hoised up to a helicopter, the only way out for many in the tsunami wreck city senda, Japan. Japanese searching rescue teams flew over extensive damage * to * people isolate  and strangers on the roofs of the building.  Daybreak reveal the huge devastation left when the 10 meters high tsunami slammed the Japanese coast line of 8.9 maganitutes earthquake stuck. Few houses remain standing on the areas, many were swaped away, others flattened. Athority battled contain rising pressure two liquid plants in fukushima, which were damaged in the quake. Japan's industrial minister said "Due to the air release procedure, it is posibility that radioactive materials may be release into the air. But the amount is minimal." Thousands of residents in the area had been evacuated.  Fires continued to rage in part in noertheast Japan with sections of some cities under the water. The unfolding natrual disaster has prompted offers of search and rescue from fifty countries.
Marie- Claire Fennessy, Reuters.
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a child is hoisted up to a hilicopeter, the only way out from many phonomy city in japan. Japanese searching rescue teams flew over ··· of damage and branch to reach people isolate to their ··· of buildings. They break review the huge devestation left when the 10-Meter high tunamy  slammed the Japanese coast line. of during a point 9 ··· quit struck. Few houses remain standing in some areas, many were swapped away, others' flooded. Authority battle to contain···pressure to nuclear plan in··· which were damaged in the quake. Japan Industry Minister said, due to the area released procedure, as a possibility that radioactive material may be released to the air but the amount is minimal. Thousands of residents in the areas have been···. Fire continues to range in parts of northeast Japan with section in some cities underwater. The unfolding nature disaster has ··· offers of search and rescue from 50 countries.
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[Homework]【整理】2011-03-15 Reuters Video News

A child has hoisted up to a helicopter,the only way out from many in the tsunami-met city of Sendai,Japan.Japanese searching rescue teams flew over extensive damage and debris to reach people isolated and stranded on the roofs of buildings.
    Daybreak reveiled the huge devastation left when the ten meter high tsunami slammed the Japanese coastline after an eight point night magnitude earthquake struck.Few houses remained standing in some areas.Many were swept away,others flattened.
     Authority battled to contain rising pressure at two nuclear plants in Fukushima which were damaged in the quake.Japan's industry minister said:Due to the air released procedure,there's a possibility that radioactive materials maybe released into the air,but the amount is minimal.
    Thousands of residents in the area had been evacuated.Fires continued to raid in part of northeastern Japan with sections of some cities under water.The unfolding natural disaster has prompted offers of search and rescue from fifty countries.
   










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a child of hoist up to the holicopter the only way out for many ,died in japan.japanese search and rescue team flew over expense damage and the bebris to reach the people isolated and stranded on the roof of buildings.
daybreak reveals with a huge devestation left when a 10 metre high tsunami slammed the Japanese coastline after an 8.9 magnitude earthquake struck. Few houses remained standing in some areas, many were swept away, others flattened.
authorities battled to contain the pressure which would damage in the quarter.japan inter adminster just say,Due to the air release procedure, there's a possibility that radioactive materials may be released into the air. But the amount is minimal."
Thousands of residents in the area have been evacuated. Fires continued to rage in parts of northeastern Japan with sections of some cities under water. The unfolding natural disaster has promoted offers of search and rescue from 50 countries.
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