Another massive earthquake shook Japan. The quake affected Miyagi prefecture in northern Japan. The US Geological Survey said the quake had a magnitude of 7.2. 60 km to the ground. That there is an earthquake at depth.
Buildings were shaken by this massive earthquake. People in the houses moved and objects fell with that many people ran out in fear for their lives. The country’s capital, Tokyo, was also hit by the quake, local media reported. Authorities said there was no loss of life or property.
The Japan Meteorological Agency first issued tsunami warnings following a massive earthquake. Waves up to a meter high on the seashore. So after 90 minutes, these warnings were withdrawn. So the scene was recorded on local street cameras. Those videos went viral on social media.
Miyagi was hit hard by the 2011 earthquake and tsunami. The quake-affected people in the same area again. However, officials said the quake did not affect nuclear reactors and bullet train services were halted for a while. However, with frequent earthquakes, the Japanese are worried about what will happen next.