Man trying to get family to Detroit Lakes from Japan
A Detroit Lakes native teaching English in Japan is in survival mode, trying to get his family out of the devastated country after it was rocked by a 9.0 magnitude earthquake, tsunami, and now three nuclear plant explosions.
32-year-old Brook Chelmo, his Japanese wife, Keiko and their 14-month-old daughter, Aria, live in the Japanese town of Takrarazuka-shi, which is about eight hours southwest of the earthquake's epicenter.
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