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Discovered remains identified as those of woman killed in 2011 tsunami


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"her son said in a statement released through the local police."

It's sad that this is how it ended for his mother, but at least there is closure.

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I bet there is lots of tears and strong emotions in the Okuyama house hold tonight, I hope they give here a proper burial or cremation. now they can have closure.

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How sad that people are still waiting, and may never be able to bury their loved ones.

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@Lamilly I saw a program of how a father learned to dive and for years searched the sea for remains of his daughter. He did find many teeth and bones but not his daughter's. Now his health is ailing, he no longer dives everyday. It's his It made ne wonder,

I watched it too and it’s sad.The way they still celebrate her birthday and clean her tomb everyday is just heartbreaking!

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Closure is important. My auntie didn’t get it for my cousin 25 years ago and she became nuts.

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So sad, what happened. But I am glad that she can finally be put to rest and, as her son said, her family move on.

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Rest in peace, good for the son to know about his mother faith.

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