Earthquake of magnitude 7.2 hits Japan – Tsunami warning

Earthquake of magnitude 7.2 hits Japan - Tsunami warning

Another earthquake occurred in northeast Japan. 200 houses are without electricity. Fukushima nuclear ruins were immediately investigated They Unheard.

Another strong earthquake has occurred in the northeast of Japan. According to the report by Japanese TV station NHK, the quake intensity on Saturday evening (local time) was 7.2. It happened at a depth of 60 km and is also in the greater area. Like this Was felt, the Japanese Meteorological Authority JMA said. The earthquake cut the power supply to at least 200 homes.

200 houses without electricity

Country officials initially issued a tsunami warning for Miyagi Prefecture, but lifted it again at lunchtime Saturday. There was no news of loss or casualty.

Even in nuclear ruins Fukushima And no damage was reported at other nuclear power plants in the region. This was immediately investigated as reported by Japanese media citing operating groups on Saturday evening (local time).

Recently there was a powerful earthquake in the same area. However, it went relatively smoothly. Ten years ago a strong beach was a giant on the same coast Tsunami Triggered, killing approximately 20,000 people. In a nuclear power plant Fukushima It came to a super disaster.

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