Auto graveyard born from Japan tsunami wreckage


By Jon Herskovitz MIYAKO, Japan, March 25 (Reuters) - The destruction wrought by the tsunami that slammed Japan two weeks ago has given rise to graveyards for machinery pulled from the wreckage. Cars mangled by the massive wall of water that destroyed into Japan's northeast coast are being removed by construction equipment, placed on trucks and laid to rest by the thousands on flood plains once covered with water. The cars, many of which are marked with spray paint to indicate if ...

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