One Week After Disasters Japan Continues to Search

Survivors in tsunami-devastated towns in Japan are still searching for missing loved ones. Cleanup efforts are in full force and residents are still in shock from devastation. Iwate prefecture is one of the worst hit towns with nearly 2,000 dead and 4,000 still missing. Officials say recovery efforts were slowed by the cold weather. An estimated 285,000 people in Japan have sought shelter in nearly 2,000 disaster zone shelters that have been set up. The official death toll is at 6,405 and officials say that 10,259 people are still missing. Stay with FOX 32 News for the latest on recovery efforts in Japan.