6.5 Magnitude Earthquake Strikes Off Coast Of Japan; Tsunami Warning Issued

Japan Hit By 6.1 Magnitude Earthquake Off Kamaishi Coast | Time

June 18 (Reuters) – An earthquake with a magnitude of 6.5 struck off the coast of Japan on Tuesday, the United States Geological Survey said.

There were no immediate reports of damage or casualties from the quake, which hit 85 km ( 53 miles) northeast of the island of Honshu, but Japan’s Meteorological Agency issued a warning for a 0.2-1.0 metre tsunami along the north west coast of the main island. (Writing by Louise Heavens)

 

Original Article:http://news.trust.org/item/20190618132141-8z9vp

1 Comment

  1. Why would Japan accept offers to build Nuclear Reactors on what they should know as the most unstable region in the world?
    They invented the word Tsunami, didn’t they “Get It”?
    not to mention the Cyclones, Earthquakes, Volcanic eruptions, bad lip sync Godzilla movies etc.
    Well to late for that Fukushima has happened already.
    Did Japan have insight to the cold blooded Reptilian Sumerian Gods by creating Godzilla?

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