Tsunami turns airport into island. A wave of water rushes past the terminal at Japan's Sendai Airport during Friday's tsunami, turning the runway into a raging river filled with cars and planes.
83 Aftershocks came in the first 21 hours. NEW: There is growing concern about food and fuel shortages 9,500 in one town are unaccounted for Aftershocks of up to 6.4 magnitude are continuing More than 900 people are killed and the number is expected to rise
Rescuers scramble to save lives as aftershocks jolt Japan. Rescuers plucked dazed survivors from collapsed homes, muddy waters and raging fires Saturday, a day after a powerful earthquake tore through northeastern Japan, unleashing waves that swallowed entire neighborhoods along the coast. More than 900 people were killed and about 700 were missing, Japanese public broadcaster NHK reported. The number of dead is expected to rise as rescuers reach more hard-hit areas.