Nephews seek shelter with uncle in Seattle, away from disaster zone

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by JOE FRYER / KING 5 News

KING5.com

Posted on March 14, 2011 at 7:27 PM

SEATTLE -- Two teen boys are glad to be away from the disaster zone near their home in Japan, but worried about mom and dad left behind. 

At Sea-Tac International Airport Monday, David Skogerson waited for his two nephews, who were born and raised in Japan, to step off the plane.

Both boys, 14 and 16, are moving to Seattle for now, away from their home south of Tokyo. They don't know when they'll return, or reunite with mom and dad staying back in Japan.

KING 5's Joe Fryer reports.

 

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