Like many disasters, the 2011 earthquake and tsunami in Japan brought in it's wake overwhelming tragedy...and breathtaking heroism.
A group of about 200 publicly anonymous men and women are exposing themselves to almost certain fatality every day; all to save their families, loved ones, and countrymen they have never met. They are ordinary citizens -- firemen, parents, engineers, etc -- who have volunteered to contain a crisis that could endanger millions.
Fragile, human, and impossibly brave - we now call these faceless heroes, "The Fukushima 50".
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