He was 16 When Nuclear Bomb Exploded In Japan. 70-Years Later He Tells The Story Of His Still Hurting Wounds.
He could breathe after the incident but his body became lifeless and weak.
His back was torn apart in the blast that left unnatural scars which still pain him today.
There are dents on his body, swelling in his chest and a massive amount of scarring.
It took 21 him months until his wounds began to heal. During that time, his joints were locked and he lived his life with enormous pain and discomfort.
Sumitery considers himself fortunate to have survived certain death.
He now leads the Nagasaki survivors’ group in an effort to raise morale and comfort those in need.