This time, in the city of Iwaki.
Small towns in Minnesota and Wisconsin are already underwater.
"I think the media is spilling a little bigger than the oil spill itself," says Daniel Boulud.
The death toll has surpassed 400.
That's a thousand times stronger than the 7.0 quake that hit Haiti last month.
It may be up to twenty inches.
Ten days after the first quake devastated Haiti, a woman is found still alive by rescue teams.
In order to prevent the further spread of disease, officials are trying to break up massive, squalid refugee camps around Port-au-Prince.
Meanwhile, the government is preparing to issue up to 200,000 temporary protected status visas.
Still, chaos reigns.
Relief organizations are having trouble getting access to the devastated country.
Meanwhile, United Nations workers and peacekeepers are among those dead or missing.
Just as hospitals and airports were reopening after yesterday's disaster, another struck.