Japanese Pick Up Pieces After Deadly Earthquake
Nine people died after a deadly 6.5-magnitude earthquake struck the southwestern town of Mashiki in Kumamoto, Japan.
A woman cleans up in front of her collapsed house Mashiki, Japan on April 15, 2016.
The extent of the deadly 6.5-magnitude earthquake that hit the southwestern Japanese town became clear with the arrival of daylight on Friday — showing collapsed homes and debris-strewn streets as the search for more victims continued.
Nobuyuki Morita and his wife assess damage to their house.
Houses with collapsed rooftops and scattered debris left in the aftermath of the earthquake.
A woman walks past destroyed houses.
Police officers use a blow horn in their search for survivors.
A family sits in a tent after being evacuated from their home.
Men retrieve a bicycle from the rubble of a destroyed house.
Residents look for their belongings amid debris of a collapsed rooftop.
An aerial view of construction workers restoring a damaged road located next to a grave yard.
A man cycles past a collapsed house.
Residents assess damage to a housing complex.
A police officer with a sniffer dog patrols a street as he assists in search and rescue efforts.