After the disaster outcome of 8.9-magnitude earthquake that struck Japan with the huge 30ft Tsunami waves getting in to cities, Google has launched a Japanese-language Person Finder tool to help victims and families locate one another. Google has been helping a lot at times of natural disaster by the technological power it has. Recently it had also setup the similar kind of Personal finder tool to Christchurch, Chile, Haiti and many other large quake struck.
The Google Person Finder for Japan earthquake helps people to find or track about a missing person or provide information to the interested people. Currently it is tracking about 7200 records and more. Once the quake hit the Japan, with in few mins Google tweeted about this Personal finder tool for Japanese people.
If you’re looking for some missing people or has an information to share about missing people, then head over to Google Personal Finder tool for Japan Earthquake.
You can also check out the Aftermath of the Earthquake and Tsunami in Japan [Image Slideshow] from NYtimes.
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