No easy landing in U.S. -- Chelmos deal with daughter's dangerous medical issues
When Brook and Keiko Chelmo finally received visas to move their family back from Japan, they thought life would get easier -- and safer for their 19-month-old daughter, Aria.
In some regards, they're right.
They've faced no threats of earthquakes, tsunamis or power plant explosions like they did in their Japanese home this past spring.
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