Google
  • Japan Before and After

    This image provided by Google shows Onahama in Iwaki, Japan, in 2005. The Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant is located in Onahama.
    Google
  • Japan Before and After

    A satellite image shows Onahama city after it was hit by a series of earthquakes and a tsunami March 11, 2011. Several nuclear reactors continue to deteriorate at the Fukushima facility after the earthquake knocked out power. Evacuations were ordered March 14, 2011.
    Google
  • Japan Before and After

    This image provided by Google shows central Ishinomaki in 2003. Ishinomaki is a coastal city about 30 miles north of Sendai in the Miyagi Prefecture.
    Google
  • Japan Before and After

    This image provided by Google shows central Ishinomaki after the tsunami. Ishinomaki's hospital morgue now is too small to handle the number of dead. The official death toll is almost 1,900 but the police chief said that 10,000 were estimated to have died in this area.
    Google
  • Japan Before and After

    This photo provided by Google shows a village located south of the Fukushima power plant in 2004.
    Google
  • Japan Before and After

    This photo provided by Google shows a village south of the Fukushima power plant after the earthquake and tsunami devastated the region. The Japanese government continues to test the nearly 180,000 people evacuated from around the Fukushima plant for exposure to radiation, according to The Associated Press.
    Google
  • Japan Before and After

    This photo provided by Google shows an industrial site just south of the Fukushima power plant in 2004.
    Google
  • Japan Before and After

    This photo provided by Google shows that industrial site after the tsunami devastated the area March 11, 2011.
    Google
Join the Discussion
blog comments powered by Disqus