Tsunami Warning Japan 07/04/2011

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  1. Japan Earthquake: Tsunami Warning After Fresh Quake Sparks Fears At Fukushima Nuclear Plant On Coast | World News | Sky News

    Fresh Japan Quake Sparks Tsunami Warning



    A strong earthquake has shaken the northeast of Japan - prompting a tsunami warning for the coast devastated by last month's disaster.

    No damage from the 7.1 magnitude quake was detected at the crippled Fukushima plant and workers were reported to have been evacuated without reports of any injuries.
    There were no immediate reports of injuries or damage elsewhere, but people in areas covered by the tsunami are being urged to evacuate to higher ground.
    It comes as the country continues to struggle to bring the Fukushima 1 plant
    under control after the quake and tsunami on March 11.

    The disaster killed, or left missing, about 28,000 people.
    More information follows...
     
  2. Nah! no tsunami comming, just checked Earthquakewatch, zip zilch tsunami.
     
  3. yup, bet people still runnin for dem tha hill's thou !

    Tsunami Fears Ease After Fresh Japan Quake


    A strong earthquake has shaken the northeast of Japan - prompting a tsunami warning for the coast devastated by last month's disaster.

    The tsunami warning following the 7.1 magnitude quake was subsequently cancelled by the Japanese meterological agency.
    No further damage was detected at the crippled Fukushima plant and workers were reported to have been evacuated without reports of any injuries.
    There were no immediate reports of injuries or damage elsewhere, but people in areas covered by the tsunami are being urged to evacuate to higher ground.
    US Geological Survey said it struck 40 miles (66 km) east of the coastal city Sendai, at a shallow depth of 15.9 miles (25.6 km).
    In the capital, Tokyo, buildings shook.
    NHK public television cited police as saying seven people had been injured, two of them seriously.
    It comes as the country struggles to bring the Fukushima 1 plant under control after the quake and tsunami on March 11.
    The disaster killed, or left missing, about 28,000 people.
    More information follows...