South Western Part of Japan Struck By a Massive Earthquake


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According to the U.S. Geological Survey an earthquake magnitude 6.3 hits in Southwestern Japan.  So far the agency news on Friday the earthquake struck at 8:48 a.m. The earthquake had an epicenter 39 kilometers which are almost24 miles southeast of Miyazaki.

The depth of this earthquake is 23 kilometers i.e. 14 miles. So far the information from Japan Times Kyushu Power Co. informed that they didn’t find any abnormalities that are reported by the nearby Sendai nuclear plant in Kagoshima Prefecture. The Time also reported that the nation’s weather agency did not warn about any tsunami.


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