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The Devastion Caused By Typhoon Morakot

The Devastion Caused By Typhoon Morakot

A train accident

Hanford, California - Two cars and the locomotive of an Amtrak train carrying about 169 passengers derailed Monday after colliding with a big rig truck in California's Central Valley, authorities said. At least 20 passengers suffered minor to.

Black with muck scoured from the harbor, the first tsunami wave pours over a seawall in Miyako, carrying vans and boats.

Black with muck scoured from the harbor, the first tsunami wave pours over a seawall in Miyako, carrying vans and boats.

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The biggest wave in the history that was registered in 1971 near Japanese island Ishigaki and was 85 metres high.

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Two Japanese soldiers stop to look at a ship which was blocking a road which their men were trying to clear in the earthquake and tsunami destroyed town of Onagawa, Miyagi Prefecture, northeastern Japan Sunday, March (AP Photo/David Guttenfelder)

Japan Tsunami One Year Later  This combination of pictures shows a tsunami hit area of Rikuzentakata, Iwate prefecture on March 22, 2011 (top) and the same area on Jan. 15, 2012 (bottom). Credit: Nicolas Asfouri / Toru Yamanaka, AFP / Getty Images

LOOK: Dramatic Photos Show Before And After Tsunami Destruction

Japan Tsunami One Year Later This combination of pictures shows a tsunami hit area of Rikuzentakata, Iwate prefecture on March 2011 (top) and the same area on Jan.

Japan Earthquake: Aftermath

Japan Earthquake: Aftermath - In Focus - The Atlantic Smoke rises in the distance behind destroyed houses in Kesennuma City in Miyagi Prefecture in northeastern Japan March (REUTERS/Kyodo)

大津波で半壊した建物の上に運ばれたバス(宮城県石巻市の雄勝地区)(2011年03月21日) 【時事通信社】

東日本大震災 100枚の記録 写真特集

大津波で半壊した建物の上に運ばれたバス(宮城県石巻市の雄勝地区)(2011年03月21日) 【時事通信社】

Reporter Toya Chiba is swept up by a tsunami at Kamaishi port in Iwate prefecture, Japan, on March 11, 2011. Chiba managed to survive the tsunami by grabbing a dangling rope and climbing onto a coal heap, Kyodo news reported.

Reporter Toya Chiba is swept up by a tsunami at Kamaishi port in Iwate prefecture, Japan, on March Chiba managed to survive the tsunami by grabbing a dangling rope and climbing onto a coal heap, Kyodo news reported.

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