ADRA Japan providing shelter, food, Wi-Fi for victims stranded in Tokyo

The Adventist Development and Relief Agency in Japan is providing shelter, food and free Wi-Fi at its office in central Tokyo for victims stranded in the wake of today’s massive earthquake and ensuing tsunami. Reports indicate tremendous damage in the region and a loss of at least 300 lives. The magnitude-8.9 earthquake — the largest in Japan’s history — struck off country’s northeastern coast, cutting off electricity to millions of homes, interrupting the region’s mobile phone network and paralyzing Tokyo’s train system, the Associated Press reported.

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