Jeannette Native Captures Devastation In Japan

(Photo Credit: Harold Stewart)
Destruction In Japan
Harold Stewart spent the last 14 years in Japan.
(Photo Credit: Harold Stewart)
(Photo Credit: Harold Stewart)
Destruction In Japan
Stewart is a native of the Jeannette area.
(Photo Credit: Harold Stewart)
(Photo Credit: Harold Stewart)
Destruction In Japan
He and his wife were forced to flee Japan following the earthquake and tsunami.
(Photo Credit: Harold Stewart)
(Photo Credit: Harold Stewart)
Destruction In Japan
He worked as a school teacher in Japan.
(Photo Credit: Harold Stewart)
(Photo Credit: Harold Stewart)
Destruction In Japan
The town where he worked is three hours northwest of Tokyo.
(Photo Credit: Harold Stewart)
(Photo Credit: Harold Stewart)
Destruction In Japan
The photos were taken in his town of Kiryu City.
(Photo Credit: Harold Stewart)
(Photo Credit: Harold Stewart)
Destruction In Japan
Kiryu City in Gunma Prefecture.
(Photo Credit: Harold Stewart)
(Photo Credit: Harold Stewart)
Destruction In Japan
Stewart says at 6.0 plus, the earthquake was the worst ever recorded in Gunma.
(Photo Credit: Harold Stewart)
(Photo Credit: Harold Stewart)
Destruction In Japan
“My wife and I got out with basically the clothes on our back. I've been going around all week putting out my resume but the economy is tough here so we're basically here with no job, no car, no place to live." – Harold Stewart told KDKA on March 26, 2011
(Photo Credit: Harold Stewart)
(Photo Credit: Harold Stewart)
Destruction In Japan
Stewart says he and his wife survived the earthquake, but the fear of radiation forced them to flee.
(Photo Credit: Harold Stewart)
(Photo Credit: Harold Stewart)
Destruction In Japan
Stewart says he's going back to Japan to collect his belongings.
(Photo Credit: Harold Stewart)
(Photo Credit: Harold Stewart)
Destruction In Japan
Then, he will return to this area to try and find work.
(Photo Credit: Harold Stewart)
(Photo Credit: Harold Stewart)
Destruction In Japan
Here's another photo Stewart captured at the earthquake.
(Photo Credit: Harold Stewart)
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One Comment

  1. southsidegrll says:

    He’s actually a LATROBE native.

    1. Mike Mazik says:

      Accuracy in the media, who needs it? As long as it looks sensational it sells.

  2. tsbabe143 says:

    Harold is an amazing person, Him and Yoko are so lucky that they were able to get back here to the US, they are however back in Japan collecting what they can of their belongings…I sure hope they don’t have as much problems with the airlines as they had last week when they came home.! Anyone having any prospects for work, or even a place to live, please contact Harold on FB.

  3. Michelle says:

    Harold is an amazing person, Him and Yoko are so lucky that they were able to get back here to the US, even though they were given a lot of hassle about their belongings, they are however back in Japan collecting what they can of the rest of their belongings…I sure hope they don’t have as much problems with the airlines as they had last week when they came home.! Anyone having any prospects for work, or even a place to live, please contact Harold on FB.

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