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2011年6月18日 (土)

3月14日のNYT震災写真集。

 3月14日のNYT震災写真集です。

関連:
3月11日〜3月28日のNYT写真集を全採録。直視し忘れないことが犠牲者への弔い。事実を伝えない日本のマスゴミは糞。(28日、27日採録)
3月26日、3月25日のNYT震災写真集。
3月24日、3月23日のNYT震災写真集。
3月22日、3月21日のNYT震災写真集。
3月20日、3月19日のNYT震災写真集。
3月18日、3月17日のNYT震災写真集。
3月16日、3月15日のNYT震災写真集。
3月13日のNYT震災写真集。
3月12日のNYT震災写真集。
3月11日のNYT震災写真集。

 

 以下、NYTの写真集です。エントリーを何回かに分けてアップします。3月13日、14日、20日、22日() の写真映像に何枚か遺体の写真が出てきます。3月28日へと写真集が最後に近づくにつれ集団埋葬の写真などが見られるようになります。遺体の出て来る写真 は、写真集全体から見れば枚数的には少ないですが、今回の震災の悲惨さをリアリティを持って実感し、忘れないためにはなくてはならない写真と思います。

3月13日は#193とその下の#194で瓦礫から自衛隊員に発見されたばかりの上半身裸の後ろ姿の遺体と、瓦礫が散乱する自宅の階段脇に眠るような横顔で毛布の下に横たわる女性の遺体。3月14日は#170で瓦礫の中から出ている土に汚れた手だけが見える遺体。もう一枚は#173で自衛隊員の足元で横たわる毛布の下から土にまみれた足先がアップで見える遺体。3月20日は#90で小型トラックの荷台に載せられた靴の裏がアップで見える青色シートにくるまれた遺体。もう一枚は#99で体育館にずらーっと並ぶ遺体。3月22日は#72で自衛隊員が遺体に認識票をつけているところ(なおリンク先の画像は全てクリックすると拡大します

 

以下、3月14日(すべてクリックすると拡大します)
http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2011/03/12/world/asia/20110312_japan.html#167

http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2011/03/12/world/asia/20110312_japan.html#168
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DigitalGlobal, via Agence France-Presse -- Getty Images

Smoke from the damaged Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant in Okuma, Japan, on Monday.


http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2011/03/12/world/asia/20110312_japan.html#169
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Asahi Shimbun, via European Pressphoto Agency

A mother and son were checked for radiation exposure in Fukushima Prefecture, Japan.


http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2011/03/12/world/asia/20110312_japan.html#170
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Gregory Bull/Associated Press

Emergency crews worked to free a body sitting among concrete sea barriers in Toyoma, in northern Japan.


http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2011/03/12/world/asia/20110312_japan.html#171
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Hiroto Sekiguchi/The Yomiuri Shimbun, via Associated Press

A father took his daughter to safety after she was rescued in Ishinomaki, Japan.


http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2011/03/12/world/asia/20110312_japan.html#172
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Hiroaki Ohno/Yomiuri Shimbun, via Associated Press

Rescue workers carried an elderly man found alive in Minamisanriku, Miyagi Prefecture.


http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2011/03/12/world/asia/20110312_japan.html#173
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Shiho Fukada for The International Herald Tribune

Members of the Japanese Self-Defense Force stood by a body in Nobiru, Miyagi Prefecture, on Monday.


http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2011/03/12/world/asia/20110312_japan.html#174
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Jiji Press, via Agence France-Presse — Getty Images

A man walked amid debris in Onagawa, Miyagi Prefecture.


http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2011/03/12/world/asia/20110312_japan.html#175
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Adrees Latif/Reuters

Minamisanriku was a scene of devastation and rubble on Monday.


http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2011/03/12/world/asia/20110312_japan.html#176
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Kyodo News, via Associated Press

People walked through street rubble to a water supply in Kesennuma, Miyagi Prefecture.


http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2011/03/12/world/asia/20110312_japan.html#177
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Wally Santana/Associated Press

A woman wiped tears as she found no remains of her home in Soma, Fukushima Prefecture.


http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2011/03/12/world/asia/20110312_japan.html#178
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Koji Sasahara/Associated Press

A woman walked by a destroyed house in Daigasaki, near Sendai.


http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2011/03/12/world/asia/20110312_japan.html#179
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Aly Song/Reuters

An emergency worker spread disinfectant in a damaged area in Miyako, Iwate Prefecture.


http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2011/03/12/world/asia/20110312_japan.html#180
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Mark Baker/Associated Press

Residents of Toyoma carried belongings from their homes on Monday.


http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2011/03/12/world/asia/20110312_japan.html#181
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Jiji Press, via Agence France-Presse — Getty Images

Police officers searched for missing people amid the rubble in Iwanuma, Miyagi Prefecture.


http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2011/03/12/world/asia/20110312_japan.html#182
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Alex Hofford/European Pressphoto Agency

A photo album was among the rubble in Natori, Migagi Prefecture.


http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2011/03/12/world/asia/20110312_japan.html#183
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David Guttenfelder/Associated Press

Evacuees woke up at a shelter in a school gymnasium in Sendai.


http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2011/03/12/world/asia/20110312_japan.html#184
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Asahi Shimbun, via European Pressphoto Agency

An aerial view of Rikuzentakata, Miyagi Prefecture.


http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2011/03/12/world/asia/20110312_japan.html#185
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Yomiuri Shimbun, via Reuters

Ships capsized by the tsunami leaked oil in Fudai Village, Iwate Prefecture.


http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2011/03/12/world/asia/20110312_japan.html#186
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Asahi Shimbun, via European Pressphoto Agency

Doctors checked residents for radiation exposure in Kawamata, Fukushima Prefecture.


http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2011/03/12/world/asia/20110312_japan.html#187
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Hannibal Hanschke/European Pressphoto Agency

Customers waited in line to buy supplies outside a supermarket in Kagamiishi.


http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2011/03/12/world/asia/20110312_japan.html#188
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Kyodo News, via Associated Press

Passengers filled a train station in Tokyo while service was suspended because of a planned blackout.


 

 以下、資料として採録。

がれきの下から4か月の赤ちゃん、奇跡の救出が被災者に希望=宮城
2011年3月16日 13時39分
http://news.livedoor.com/article/detail/5418767/

 11日に発生した東北地方太平洋沖地震から3日後、宮城県で生後4カ月の赤ちゃんが崩壊した建物の中から救出された。中国新聞社は「小さな命が奇跡的に救い出され、大地震の恐怖にふるえる市民や捜索者に希望をもたらした」と報じた。

 記事によると、「崩壊した建物から遺体を運び出していた自衛隊が赤ちゃんの泣き声を聞きつけ、自衛隊の1人が女の赤ちゃんを見つけ出した」という。

 その後、赤ちゃんの父親が見つかり、赤ちゃんは無事、父親に引き渡された。赤ちゃんの家族は「一時はもうだめだと思っていたが、子どもを見て大喜びした」という。現在、赤ちゃんは家族とともに避難所に身を寄せている。(編集担当:畠山栄)

 

Miracle of the baby girl plucked from the rubble: Four-month-old reunited with her father after incredible rescue
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1366155/Japan-earthquake-tsunami-4-month-old-baby-girl-father-reunited-Ishinomaki.html

By Richard Shears for MailOnline
Updated: 10:27 GMT, 15 March 2011

The sound of a baby’s cry amid the rubble seemed so impossible that soldiers searching a tsunami-smashed village dismissed it as a mistake.

But it came again. And they realised they had not been hearing things.

They pulled away wood and slate, dug back thick oozing mud – and there was the child they were to describe as a ‘tiny miracle’.
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... And fear: Upon hearing another tsunami warning, a father tries to flee to safety with the baby girl he has just been reunited with

The four-month-old girl had been swept from her parents’ arms in the shattered village of Ishinomaki when the deadly wave crashed into the family home.

For three days, the child’s frantic family had believed she was lost to them for ever.

But yesterday, for a brief moment, the horrors of the disaster were brightened by one helpless baby’s story of survival.

Soldiers from the Japanese Defence Force had been going from door to door pulling bodies from the devastated homes in Ishinomaki, a coastal town northeast of Sendai.

Most of the victims were elderly, unable to escape the destructive black tide.

But for this precious moment, at least, it was only the child who mattered to the team of civil defence troops who found her.

One of them picked her up in  his arms, wrapped her in a blanket which had been handed to him  and cradled the child as his colleagues crowded around, not believing that someone as young as this had survived when all hope had been lost.

The tiniest survivor was cold and wet and crying, but she is believed to have suffered no other injuries. Why she did not drown remained a mystery.

But the soldiers were somehow able to trace her overjoyed father, who had been taking refuge in his wrecked home with the rest of his family.

Even then, the nightmare wasn’t over. For just minutes after the emotional reunion, the shell-shocked survivors were told that a second tsunami might be on its way.

The panicked father begged the soldiers to take the baby to safety on higher ground.

But the 11am alarm proved to be false and the reunited family returned to try and rebuild their home.
Amid the devastation, there have been precious few tales of survival.

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Joy: The member of Japan's Self-Defence Force member holds the four-month-old baby girl in Ishinomaki, northern Japan after her rescue

But the discovery of the unnamed child has given fresh hope that others might be found alive in the shattered landscape which covers scores of miles of the east coast of Honshu island.

Yesterday, it emerged that witnesses looking down from the second floor of a house in one of the worst hit areas thought they noticed some movement in the back of a wrecked car by the side of the road and soldiers discovered an elderly woman who had been trapped in the passenger seat for more than 20 hours.

Although she was traumatised by her ordeal, the victim was said to be otherwise unhurt.

As the Mail reported yesterday, Hiromitsu Shinkawa was found sitting on the roof of his floating home about nine miles from shore. Waving a red cloth, he was picked up by a boat. His wife is missing.

‘Several helicopters and ships passed but none of them noticed me,’ he said. ‘I thought that was going to be the last day of my life.’

A man in his 70s was also pulled from a collapsed building in Sendai, a port town badly hit by the double disaster.

Before the baby’s discovery, searchers found at least 2,000 bodies cast up along the shoreline of the badly-hit Miyagi prefecture.

All had drowned, according to police, and as the search through the debris continued throughout the day officials conceded that what had started out as a rescue effort would become a recovery operation.

And then came the cry of a little girl.

‘Her discovery has put a new energy into the search,’ said a civil defence official. ‘We will listen, look and dig with even more diligence after this.’

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Devastation: A 'HELP' sign is written on the ground of a primary school (bottom of picture, centre) near the coast in tsunami-hit Ishinomaki. A baby girl was remarkably found wrapped in a pink jacket after three days alone

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