Fukushima is still a ticking time bomb of epic disastrous proportions should it melt down. It has already contaminated land as far into the U.S. as up to the Rocky Mountains. Everything west of the Rockies has Fukushima radiation detection levels well above normal!
RussiaToday reports following a 7.3-magnitude quake, a meter-high tsunami struck Japan’s Miyagi prefecture, where the tsunami that triggered the Fukushima nuclear plant crisis hit last year. Authorities reported no damage, radiation levels at Fukushima remain stable.
The earthquake hit 245 kilometers off Japan’s eastern coast at a depth of around 35 kilometers. The tremor prompted a tsunami warning on the Miyagi prefecture, where last year’s devastating quake triggered a tsunami and multiple meltdowns at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant.
The tsunami warning has now been lifted and five people have been taken to hospital in the Miyagi Prefecture with minor injuries.
The US Geological Survey initially put the quake’s strength at 7.4-magnitude, but later revised its estimation, lowering it to 7.3.
An aftershock of 6.2-magnitude struck the eastern coast just minutes after the initial quake.
Following a 7.3-magnitude quake, a meter-high tsunami struck Japan’s Miyagi prefecture, where the…
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