On March 11, 2011, Japan it was shaken by an earthquake measuring 9.1 on the Richter scale, the fourth most powerful in human history. The phenomenon caused a shocking tsunami, which devastated houses and cars parked near the coast; However, an incredible find documented in a video of YouTube perplexed more than one, especially lovers of ‘iron’.
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One of those vehicles belonged to Yasushi Komatsu, who had left it near his parents’ house. Like many others, the car was reported missing.
However, this condition changed recently. As reported by the news agency Kyodo News, divers spotted Komatsu’s ‘friend’ during a dive in the waters of the town of Ofunato, in the northeast of the country.
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In a video, broadcast on YouTube, shows how the car has become part of the local ecosystem. For that reason, it will not be brought to the surface.
Komatsu was informed about the find, being completely astonished. It was known that this man get a diving license to visit your partner.
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