Japan quake concerns continue.
7:22am 14th March 2011
(Updated 7:50am 15th March 2011)
Pete Stevenson is leading a 63-strong UK team to a town badly affected in The North East, Ofunato.
More than 100-thousand Japanese troops have now been deployed in the search and rescue operation following Friday's disaster.
But their problems contiue.
There are further concerns over a Japanese nuclear plant
The cooling system has failed at a third reactor at Fukushima.
Earlier there was a second explosion and 11 people were injured.
Officials say the core container is intact and a radiation leak is unlikely.
Strong aftershocks - one measuring 6-point-4 are continuing across north-east Japan.
Though a fresh tsunami alert has been lifted.
This morning, two thousand bodies were found on two shores near Sendai.
There have been some amazing resuces though - one man was found 9 miled out to sea clinging to the roof of his house -
Click here to watch the amazing rescue.
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