Japan Earthquake Today 7.1 April 11
April 11, 2011 by staff
A warning has been issued by a 3 feet (1 meter) of the tsunami, the same one after another replica of 7.1 that struck the northeastern coast last week. There was no tsunami after the earthquake.
People in an electronics store in downtown Sendai screamed and ran great, but the tremor was difficult to move. The mothers took their children, and shook the windows. After a minute or two, people returned to the store.
A strong earthquake shook northeastern Japan on Monday and triggered a fresh tsunami alert on the anniversary of one month’s earthquake and massive waves that devastated the northeast coast and triggered a nuclear crisis is still developing.
The 7.1-magnitude brief reply principal international airport in Tokyo to close its two runways. The epicenter was just inside and around 100 kilometers north of Tokyo. The operator of the crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear complex said the last earthquake had no impact on the ground.
A warning was issued for a three-foot tsunami, the same as after an earthquake that struck the northeastern coast last week. That earthquake generated no tsunami.
People at a large electronics store in the northeastern city of Sendai screamed and ran, but the earthquake made it difficult to move. The mothers took their children, and shook the windows. After a minute or two, people returned to the store.
There were no new reports of damage. The aftershocks have rattled the region on several occasions with the disaster tired, but there is very little in the northeast to ruin. On Thursday replica of magnitude 7.1, which was the strongest tremor since the day the original earthquake, sank hundreds of thousands of homes in the dark, however. Most of that electricity has been restored.
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