FUKUSHIMA Lives on the Line

FUKUSHIMA: Lives on the LineSupplementary Materials287Fukushima (as of December 27).● 57,954 people evacuated to locations outside the prefecture (based on an December 6 survey).Total of 156,026 people4. Casualties and Damage from the Disaster(1) Casualties● 3,070 fatalities (1,024 in Minamisoma, 475 in Soma, 441 in Iwaki, 411 in Namie, 153 in Tomioka, etc.)● 5 missing persons (1 from Sukagawa, etc.)● 20 with serious injuries (4 from Soma, 3 from Iwaki, etc.)● 162 with minor injuries (57 from Minamisoma, 20 from Kunimi, etc.)(2) Damage to Housing and Other BuildingsResidential Buildings● 21,096 houses completely destroyed● 72,390 houses partially destroyed● 163,004 houses partially damaged● 1,061 houses inundated above floor level● 338 houses inundated below floor levelNon-residential Buildings● 1,116 public buildings● 27,203 other buildings5. Total Number of Firefighters Deployed● 12,716 fire defense personnel● 36,766 fire corps volunteers6. Miscellaneous (1) Rail Lines● Joban Line: Hirono–Haranomachi and Soma–Watari (Restoration Not Determined)(2) General Roads● Primary National Highways: National Route 6: Entire route open including detours (no entry into the evacuation zone)● Other National Highways: All routes open as of June 8, 2012● Prefectural Roads: 23 roads closed, including the Kitaizumi Odaka Line● Country Roads: All routes open as of April 13, 2012(3) Expressways● Joban Expressway: Section of the expressway inside Fukushima open, except for the section from Hirano Interchange to Joban Tomioka Interchange(4) Other Damage● Power Outages: 31,928 buildings without power in part of Hamadori (including areas of restricted entry such as tsunami disaster areas and evacuation zones)● NTT Telephone Lines: 11,300 telephones not operational in the evacuation zone*Special public phones (free of charge) removed on March 27, 2012● Running Water: 23,109 buildings without running water in areas such as the tsunami disaster area and evacuation zone