Telephone line was completely unavailable. Still, I could send a mail if I tried again three times, though I didn't know whether it'd properly deliver or not.
I sent mails to my husband, my mother and father, my mother-in-law and my friends but I didn't receive any reply.
However, at the time, I still didn't know the earthquake became this terrible disaster.
I was in city hall, but any information was not announced. Everyone gathered information with their own mobile phone and reported it each together.
I'd like to still stay there, but managers seemed to like me to go home, so I started to walk toward a direction of station.
Because I recalled there were some modern buildings that looked good as an escape place around the station.
On the way to the station, small stores were opening. It was usual sight except that walking people were fewer. Instead of that, the roads were so jammed with filled cars.
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Right after I'd escaped to out, I sent mobile-phone-mails to my family. mobile-phone-mail is a mail service provided by mobile phone companies. A part of Japanese style mobile phone, that has quite a number of share, can't access e-mail but only mobile-phone-mail. It causes heavy traffic on telephone