Graphic New Video Shows People Trying to Outrun Japan’s Tsunami

This video shows the panic of some people trying to outrun the tsunami that hit Japan. You can see in the video the horrific force of the tsunami as it hit and how fast the tsunami was. People trying to get up a hill to get away from the wave, others trying to help. The video also shows the courage of others that ran back down the hill to try and help some people, only to be swept away themselves.
My prayers and thoughts are with all those people in Japan.


Despite their efforts, the speed of the rising water engulfs the person they are trying to save – and one of the rescuers appears to vanish. The man in the red jacket can be seen through the trees Source: Courier Mail

Read the story about this video in the Courier Mail.

WARNING:- This video is very graphic.

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6 Responses to Graphic New Video Shows People Trying to Outrun Japan’s Tsunami

  1. Selma says:

    How terrifying that must have been for them. I just feel so sad about it. The destruction is incredible.

    • magsx2 says:

      Hi Selma,
      The Tsunami just came in so fast it really was terrifying, I just couldn’t imagine what these people must of went through, it is very, very sad indeed.

  2. Sue says:

    The terror of what these poor people went through, the courage of the people that tried to help must never be forgotten, these are the real hero’s.

    • magsx2 says:

      Hi Sue,
      There will always be records of this earthquake/tsunami that hit Japan, these people will never be forgotten, and I agree they are hero’s.

  3. Barbara Rodgers says:

    So terrifying… a living nightmare in broad daylight – incredible forces of nature…

    • magsx2 says:

      Hi Barbara,
      The force that Nature sometimes shows us is incredible, yes terrifying is right, with Nature, there is absolutely nothing you can do to change the situation, a feeling of total helplessness.

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