posted on Mar, 14 2012 @ 08:49 AM
I searched for this and didn't see a thread started.
Only three days after the one year anniversary of the big one.
I wonder how many people went into shock, not having recovered emotionally yet.
A magnitude-6.8 earthquake first struck the southern coast of the island of Hokkaido, causing a small tsunami. The Meteorological Agency issued
tsunami advisories along the northern coast, prompting some communities to issue evacuation advisories to residents near the coast.
About three hours later, a magnitude-6.1 quake shook buildings in the capital. It was centered just off the coast of Chiba, east of Tokyo, at a rather
shallow 10 kilometers (6 miles) below the sea surface.
These poor people. That is all I have to say.
Reports are that there is no more damage to Fukishima.
There was a tsunami warning for 90 minutes but then it was lifted.
Hopefully this is it for the island making noise today.
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