Japan Earthquake Today
July 10, 2011 by staff
Japan Earthquake Today, An earthquake of 7.1 magnitudes in today’s northeast coast beat Japan, prompting a tsunami alert for the battered nation. Japan was beaten by a deadly earthquake / tsunami four months ago and is still recovering.
Residents in coastal areas were told to evacuate. Center of the earthquake was in the Pacific Ocean off of Japan’s main island, Honshu, about 6 miles deep. Officials expect a tsunami of less than one meter in some areas.
Northeast coast of Japan was broken by the March 11 earthquake and tsunami that left 23,000 people dead or missing.
Nuclear reactors exploded in Fukushima power plant as a result of the earthquake and tsunami and some said that Japanese workers were martyred plant.
Plant operator Tokyo Electric Power Co. (TEPCO) found that highly radioactive water through tunnels out of the reactors. Plutonium is settled on the floor.
Officials said the earthquake did not affect the plant in Fukushima today. Japan has seen dozens of powerful aftershocks since the March 11 tragedy, which measured 9.0 in magnitude and became the strongest in Japanese history.
Due to the damage accumulated by the earthquake and tsunami of March, many buildings may be structurally affected and literally hanging by a thread.
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