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TSUNAMI VICTIM REPORTEDLY FOUND ALIVE AFTER 7 YEARS?

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In these satellite images provided by Space Imaging, the Indonesian province of Aceh is shown before the tsunami attack on Jan. 10, 2003, left, and after the tsunami struck Dec. 29, 2004, right. (AP)
JAKARTA, Indonesia - In 2004, a tsunami devastated Sri Lanka, Thailand, Indonesia and eleven other countries, killing more than 216,000 people. The vast majority of those deaths struck Indonesia, which lost an estimated 131,000. Seven years later, though, one of those people may have been found alive.
The Thai news site MCOT.net reports that a 15-year-old girl thought to have been killed in the tsunami was reunited with her family Wednesday.
  • The Washington Post cannot independently verify the report, but the Indonesian state news agency that first reported the news said the girl goes by the name Wati and that she made her way back home, only remembering that her grandfather went by the name Ibrahim.
  • She was 8 years old when the tsunami hit her village in West Aceh. Her mother lost her grip on Wati while trying to get to higher ground. Waters swept the girl away and her family assumed she had died. It is not known what happened to the girl in the past seven years.
Source: Agency
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