Number of victims of earthquake in Japan exceeds 50 people | TOP-NEWS
Number of victims of earthquake in Japan exceeds 50 people

Number of victims of earthquake in Japan exceeds 50 people

More than 50 people were injured in an earthquake in Japan, Kyodo News Agency reported.
Earlier it was reported that at least 30 people were injured in Miyagi and Fukushima prefectures in northeastern Japan, where a 7.3 magnitude earthquake struck. Most were injured in the fall.
The magnitude 7.3 earthquake occurred in northeastern Japan at 11:08 p.m. near Fukushima Prefecture in the Pacific Ocean. The source was located at a depth of 55 kilometers. The maximum intensity of shocks in Fukushima and Miyagi prefectures made 6+ on a 7-point Japanese scale. The shocks were felt in Tokyo, their intensity was 4 points in the center of the capital.
There were no emergencies or radiation leaks detected at nuclear power plants in the area. The government reported that almost 1 million households were left without electricity in the Kanto region, where Tokyo is located, except for the capital itself, and in the Tohoku region.

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