Bajan safe in Japan
JUDITH?AND?PAUL?Magras are holding onto this photograph taken two years ago when their son Anthony left England, where he was working, to reside in Japan.
It was also the last time they saw him.
On Friday, after news of the devastating tsunami that struck Japan’s east coast, they managed to contact Anthony via telephone and were relieved to learn that he was “fine” and not affected by the devastation. Anthony teaches English in Japan.
The Magrases said they had been speaking to their 28-year-old son constantly since then because they were still concerned about his safety. And they intend to carefully monitor the situation.