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Japan earthquake: Eyewitness video of 8.9 quake, tsunami, on YouTube's CitizenTube [Updated]

March 11, 2011 |  9:10 am

YouTube - citizentube's Channel

YouTube is collecting eyewitness video from those who've experienced Japan's largest earthquake in more than 100 years and the tsunami that followed in its CitizenTube channel online.

The footage comes from cellphones, point-and-shoot cameras, camcorders and just about anything that can capture video and make its way to the Web.

Below are a few videos from those who've seen and are living this all firsthand. Also, the Technology blog is collecting some YouTube videos posted by news organizations, which can be seen here.

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[Updated 11:55 a.m.: Here are a few more videos from Japan, of the earthquake and its aftermath.]

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