4 years after tsunami, Japan still searches for missing children

4 years after tsunami, Japan still searches for missing children

Police search for victims of the Great East Japan Earthquake in a wooded area near Okawa Primary School in Ishinomaki, Miyagi Prefecture, on Monday - four years and two months after the disaster.

Eleven officers, most from Kahoku Police Station, searched locations east of the school, where 84 students, teachers and officials died or went missing when it was struck by tsunami.

Forty-three people, including four students, are still missing.

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