Sunday, July 10, 2011

Japan Meteorological Agency canceled a tsunami expected new

Canceled and the Japan Meteorological Agency warned of a tsunami again, after it announced on Sunday morning, following the earthquake hit the northern east of New Japan, magnitude 7.3 on the Richter scale.

The newspaper "Japan Times" for the U.S. Geological Survey in the first instance that the strength of the earthquake of 7.3 degrees, but he later qualified this estimate down to 7 degrees.

The Tokyo Electric Power, had been evacuated workers plant Fukushima nuclear power plant to higher ground, but there was no indication of damage other station, as confirmed by radio and television, Japanese public that there were no reports so far caused casualties or damage on the along the coast.

The Japanese government and the operating company to Fukushima station on Saturday, has prepared a road map to dismantle the station that the process takes decades

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