Earthquake (Photo Credits: Pixabay)
Earthquake in Japan: Japan’s state-run broadcaster NHK TV reported that the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant now began to investigate whether there were any problems at the center, following a 7.1-magnitude earthquake on Saturday night. Ten years ago, this nuclear plant suffered major damage due to the earthquake. Government spokesman Katsunoba Kato told reporters here that there were no reports of any disturbances from other nuclear plants in areas such as Onagawa or Fukush Dini.
No casualties were reported. According to Cao, the Tokyo Electric Power Corporation reported that 860,000 homes lost power after the earthquake. They said there was no tsunami threat from the earthquake, although some trains in northeastern Japan were halted and other damage still known Is being applied In the video aired on NHK TV, some pieces of a building wall fell and things fell from the shelf.
The Japan Meteorological Agency said that the epicenter of the earthquake was at a depth of about 60 km above sea level. The Prime Minister went to his office immediately after the news of the earthquake where a crisis center was set up. The earthquake was felt from Tokyo to the southwest.
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