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    Default Earthquake of 7.0 magnitude hits Japan near devastating 2011 disaster epicenter

    Eoin McSweeney
    March 20, 2021

    A 7.0 preliminary magnitude earthquake has struck Japan off the coast of Ishinomaki, a city located just 65 miles (104 km) from Fukushima, the site of a devastating 9.0 magnitude quake 10 years ago.Latest information from USGS shows the earthquake has a depth of 54 kilometers (34 miles). CNN teams in Tokyo felt the tremor.
    A tsunami warning was issued earlier Saturday but has now been downgraded to a "tsunami forecast" of slight changes in sea level, a Japanese government website showed. The US Tsunami Warning System says there is no warning, advisory, watch or threat of tsunami associated with the Japan quake.

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    Default Re: Earthquake of 7.0 magnitude hits Japan near devastating 2011 disaster epicenter

    I'm always tuned in in every earthquake news in Japan as I have lots of relatives living there, it always worries me whenever I get news of it there even though they live in Iwate prefecture and earthquakes doesn't really reach them up there with devastating results.

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