Japan’s Killer Quake

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At its worst crisis since the Second World War, Japan is facing disaster on an epic scale. A probable death toll in the tens of thousands of people, massive destruction of homes and businesses, shortages of water and energy, and the specter of nuclear fusion. With exclusive footage, NOVA captures the human drama and provides a lucid investigation that triggered the earthquake, tsunami, and subsequent nuclear crisis.

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