A Tsunami that followed the 8.9 earthquake in Japan earlier today has killed possibly hundreds of people.
Footage of the tsunami shows water flooding across massive areas of rural Japan, as well as some metropolitan areas. The wave was at times 3-4 meters high, and swept across rural buildings with little warning.
At the time of writing, the death toll is believed to be around 45, but will likely rise by a lot more in the next 24 hours.
Reports suggest that some train travel has been restored outside of Tokyo, but only south of the capital, with the north far worse affected.
As we reported earlier, the Tokyo/ Japan earthquake is one of the biggest in modern times.
More when we have it.