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Prayers offered for victims of 2018 Hokkaido quake

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Prayers were offered on Sunday for victims of an effective quake that struck southerly locations of Hokkaido 2 years earlier.

In the community of Atsuma, where 37 individuals were eliminated by landslides, Mayor Shoichiro Miyasaka and also city employees offered quiet prayers at a community well-being facility at noontime.

In a message to homeowners sent out by means of a radio system for calamity avoidance, Miyasaka shared his decision for repair.

He later on informed press reporters, “We want to work with all residents to overcome difficulties, while always showing compassion to others.”

A blossom stand was established at a landslide website where land has actually been leveled.

Noriko Nakata, 42, that shed her older sibling in the quake, stated, “This is not the place that is in my memory. It’s tough to see it.”

“I want to say thank you to him for watching over me,” she stated.

The predawn quake happened on Sept. 6, 2018, registering as much as the optimum degree of 7 on Japan’s seismic strength range. An overall of 44 individuals shed their lives in the quake, consisting of 3 that passed away as a result of indirect reasons, and also greater than 2,300 houses were damaged or greatly harmed.

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