CBS News' Lucy Craft lost contact with her son Kohei for days when Japan's 2011 earthquake and tsunami ravaged the region where he was going to school. She reports on what it was like for him and her family to live through the mega-disaster.
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Published: 2021-03-11 11:20 am
High school survivor recalls Japan's earthquake mega-disaster 10 years later
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