Tsunami warning in Japan after a new earthquake
Japan, April 7, 2011
Japanese authorities are evacuating people from the northeast of the main island, mainly those living near the Fukushima nuclear plant due to a new tsunami alert.
On this day, the Japanese Meteorological Service reported that an earthquake of 7.4 magnitude on the Richter scale hit a point near where the first earthquake was recorded, in March.
Officials said this is the strongest Teutonic movement from that of 8.9 on the Richter scale registered a month ago, which devastated the country.
Experts told M24Digital that several Fukushima pipes burst, but they can not yet confirm a real risk.
Update: The alert is off.