Commuters Stranded After Japan Quake, Tsunami, March 11

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March 11 (Bloomberg) -- Tokyo’s subway system, the world’s busiest with about 8 million riders a day, shut down after today's 8.9-magnitude quake and tsunami struck the city, leaving commuters to wait hours for taxis or search for somewhere to spend the night. Retail store shelves were also left empty as people struggled to buy supplies and food amid the disaster. Police say 60 people were killed and 56 are missing, according to the Associated Press. Bloomberg's Mike Firn reports. (Source: Bloomberg)

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