Witnesses describe the terror, damage from Japan quake and tsunami

He's lived in Japan for nine years and is no stranger to earthquakes. But Ryan McDonald said this one terrified him.
"Oh my God, the building's going to fall!" the English teacher shouted on a video he sent to CNN's iReport, as he filmed the scene outside his home in Fukushima on Friday during the worst earthquake to hit Japan in recorded history.

About 250 kilometers (155 miles) away in Ichihara, August Armbrister wrote that "night came quickly today" as an earthquake-sparked refinery fire there sent thick black smoke upward, blocking out the blue sky.

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