Strong M7.3 Earthquake Hits Fukushima, Japan

Strong M7.3 Earthquake Hits Fukushima, Japan

At 11:36 AM eastern US Time Wednesday, a Magnitude 7.3 earthquake struck in the Pacific Ocean, just off the coast of Fukushima, Japan.   The quake seriously shook the Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant disaster site, even though the quake was at a depth of about 63.1km depth.

Tsunami alerts are sounding in Japan, and citizens are being told to seek higher ground.

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NHK live: Fukushima power plant currently checking for irregularity after 1m tsunami.

Currently 2.08 MILLION households without power.


700k Buildings without power in Tokyo


FIRES as Tsunami Alert Sirens Sound:


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