Did you Know? One individual survived both the Hiroshima and Nagasaki atomic bombings.
Tsutomu Yamaguchi, a 29-year-old Naval Engineer, was in Hiroshima for a three-month work trip. The Enola Gay launched its atomic payload on the city on August 6, 1945. Yamaguchi was flung into a potato patch less than two miles from ground zero. He survived the explosion and was able to make the risky trek to the railway station through the damaged city. On August 7th, he took a train for an overnight journey to Nagasaki, his birthplace. On the morning of August 9th, he was in an office building with three coworkers when another explosion broke the sound barrier. The sky was illuminated by a burst of white light. Yamaguchi emerged from the wreckage with minor injuries in addition to his existing ailments. He'd survived two
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