SENDAI, Japan – Cars are strewn around like toys. A month after the quake, crews were still searching the cars and afterward marking them with a red X. Temporary graveyards have been established to hold bodies in coffins for up to two years. And people who do not normally work as undertakers have been drafted into service.
More than 14,700 bodies have been recovered in the wake of northern Japan’s March 11 earthquake and tsunami. Another 11,000 are still missing.
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