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North Central Florida residents reaching out to help relatives in Japan

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Local residents are worrying about their relatives in Japan due to the earthquake and tsunami that hit the country over the weekend. University students are beginning to organize relief efforts. WUFT-FM’s Darby Underwood spoke with University of Florida Japanese Lecturer, Yukari Nakamura about how the aftermath of the disasters is effecting her friends and family.

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