March 18, 2011, Shin-Urayasu, Japan - In the wake of the fatal eathquake that devastated Japan's northeastern region, utility poles stand leaning in Shin-Urayasu railroad station on Friday, March 18, 2011. Much of Shin-Urayasu, a reclaimed residential area east of Tokyo, was liquefied and water spewed out from the ground caused by the March 11 killer quake. (Photo by Hiroyuki Ozawa/AFLO) [2178] -mis-.

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Liquefaction Phenomenon
March 18, 2011, Shin-Urayasu, Japan - In the wake of the fatal eathquake that devastated Japan's northeastern region, utility poles stand leaning in Shin-Urayasu railroad station on Friday, March 18, 2011. Much of Shin-Urayasu, a reclaimed residential area east of Tokyo, was liquefied and water spewed out from the ground caused by the March 11 killer quake. (Photo by Hiroyuki Ozawa/AFLO) [2178] -mis-.

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Photographer: Hiroyuki Ozawa/AFLO
Source: AFLO
Date 18 Mar 2011
Location: Shin-Urayasu Japan
Credit: Hiroyuki Ozawa/AFLO
Copyright: Hiroyuki Ozawa/AFLO
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