April 11, 2011 Quake Again Jolted the Citizens of Fukushima In The Morning


April 11, 2011 quake hit Japan third time with powerful shocking experience in the region. According to the authorities, landslide episodes were noted in Iwaki city.

After the earthquake there were some episodes of fire burning which also scared the people. People were taken aback as they were not expecting such a heavy jolt this time.

In the beginning, it was noted that Monday 11 earthquake was of 7.1 magnitudes and luckily it was decreased up to 6.6 magnitudes.

According to the US Geological Survey, the shock of Monday earthquake was so heavy that it was felt in Tokyo as well.

Even though after the volcanic activity hit Japan once again a warning regarding tsunami was postponed, which was previously issued by the Metrological Agency of Japan.

US Geological Survey, which has been observing volcanic activities in Japan, said that epicenter of this quake was found to be around 31 miles (50 kilometers) southwest of the crippled nuclear plant of Fukushima and about 101 miles (164 kilometers) northeast of Tokyo.

No damage or loss was reported so far and to prevent any casualties further, executives working at the plants were immediately evacuated.

But unfortunately, after the Monday quake more than 250,000 households and business spend Monday with power, which also created a lot of problem for them in Fukushima.

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Author: S. A. Razmi

The author is a creative writer with deep knowledge of human taste, can add interest and fun in his writing; has been writing for more than 7 years and working as Urdu-English translator and transcriptionist. http://www.languagetranslationagencydelhi.com

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