Earthquake in Japan: The ground shook in Japan, earthquake of magnitude 6.3, people left their homes in panic

Japan Earthquake News: Strong tremors were felt in Japan on Thursday (December 28). The intensity of the earthquake in the Kuril Islands was magnitude 6.3. There is no news of any victims in this regard. Furthermore, according to authorities, no tsunami warning has been issued. According to media reports, an earthquake has occurred for the third time in the last three days.

A stampede occurred due to the earthquake in the Japanese Kuril Islands. People left their houses and ran. Although there is no news of loss of life or property due to the earthquake, people are panicking. According to the United States Geological Survey, two earthquakes were felt here within half an hour. The first shock of the earthquake occurred at 2:45 p.m. After this there was a 5.0 magnitude crash at 3:07 pm.

Earthquakes occur continuously in Japan

According to reports, earthquakes have been occurring continuously in Japan for the past three days. Previously, ground tremors were also felt in Japan on December 26 and 27. Earthquakes were felt on Izu Island in Japan on December 26 and in Hokkaido on December 27. It is understood that a tsunami warning was issued on the southwest coast earlier this month after a magnitude 7.5 earthquake in Mindanao in the southern Philippines. At the same time, a 6.5 magnitude earthquake occurred in the western Ishikawa prefecture of Japan on May 5, due to which many people were injured and some buildings collapsed.

According to the Japan Geophysical Agency, the intensity of the earthquake that occurred in Japan on December 26 was 4.9 on the Richter scale and the depth of this earthquake was 431.3 kilometers, but there were no casualties or damage to the property due to this earthquake. The intensity of the earthquake that occurred on December 27 was 5 points and the depth was 65.5 kilometers.

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