February 14th – Japan’s Kyodo News Agency reported on the 14th that a 7.3 magnitude earthquake in Fukushima, Japan, has injured a total of 105 people.
More than 900,000 households have been without power from the northeast to Kanto, and water has also been cut off in various places.
It is reported that some water spills have occurred in the spent fuel pool of Tokyo Electric Power Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, but it has no impact on the outside.
According to the analysis of the Japan Meteorological Agency, this earthquake is the aftershock of the Great East Japan Earthquake 10 years ago, and points out that we need to be vigilant about the earthquake with a magnitude of about the next week.
In the early morning of February 14th local time, the Japan Meteorological Agency revised the magnitude of the earthquake that occurred earlier in the waters near Fukushima from 7.1 to 7.3, and the focal depth from about 60 kilometers to 55 kilometers.