[waitingforcorrection: audio doesn't match description. this audio is a conversation with Todd Zwillich re: the U.S. response] Erin Sharpe, works for an international NGO based in Japan. She shares how it felt to experience the earthquake that rattled Japan. She says she saw the concrete stairs crack as she evacuated her building. Tomi Sucipto, editor for the BBC's Indonesia service explains the relief in Indonesia as the tsunami warning was lifted. Sadia Kaenzig from Geneva's International Red Cross says she is monitoring the situation in Japan and that the Japanese center of the red cross has begun to respond to the tragic event.

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