Japanese NJ resident stunned by devastation after earthquake

Shiegeru Osuka, a professor at Seton Hall University, returned from Japan Friday, leaving just three hours before the massive earthquake struck.Even in a country where

MAYWOOD - Shiegeru Osuka, a professor at Seton Hall University, returned from Japan Friday, leaving just three hours before the massive earthquake struck.

Even in a country where earthquakes are common, Osuka says no one could have predicted this. He is stunned as he looks at the devastation in his homeland.

Osuka says that the Japanese government trained people, so they know the scare of a tsunami. He says he thinks this time is beyond human imagination.

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