February 15th. According to Kyodo News Agency of Japan, according to its statistics on the 14th, a strong earthquake in the eastern seas of Fukushima, Japan, has caused Miyagi, Yamagata, Fukushima, Ibaraki, Tochigi, Gunma, Saitama, and Sen.
A total of 155 people were injured in 9 prefectures in Ye and Kanagawa.
The East Japan Railway Company (JR East) revealed that due to damage to the Tohoku Shinkansen equipment, it is estimated that it will take about 10 days to resume full-line operation.
The power outages of more than 900,000 households in the Tohoku and Kanto areas have been repaired, but the water is still cut off in Fukushima and Miyagi.
According to the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare, up to 25,700 households in Miyagi, Fukushima, Ibaraki, and Tochigi prefectures have temporary water cuts.
The Self-Defense Forces, which received a request from Fukushima Prefecture to dispatch the disaster, began water supply operations in Shinchi Town, where water is almost cut off.
Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga issued instructions at the relevant cabinet meeting on the 14th, requesting cooperation with the disaster-affected local government to take a comprehensive countermeasure.
Some water overflowed from the spent fuel pool of Tokyo Electric Power Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant.
TEPCO stated that it has no external influence.
According to the Fukushima prefectural government, there are 70 evacuation shelters in 18 cities, towns and villages in the prefecture, accepting a maximum of 203 people.
In Soma City, as a response to the new crown, shelters are allocated tent-shaped cubicles according to households. At least 40 people have evacuated in Miyagi Prefecture
Fukushima Prefecture applied the Disaster Relief Act to 17 cities and towns, including Fukushima City and Koriyama City, where houses were severely affected.
Relief expenses are borne by the central government and county governments.
According to JR East Japan, there were broken wire poles and viaduct damage in the Shin-Shirakawa-Furukawa section of the Tohoku Shinkansen.
The Nasushiobara-Morioka section, including this section, was suspended on the 14th, while the Tokyo-Nasushiobara section and the Morioka-Shin-Hakodate Hokuto section were reduced in frequency.
About 100 stone lanterns collapsed at the Zuihoden Temple of Date Masamune’s shrine in Sendai City.
A cliff near the racing track in Nihonmatsu City, Fukushima Prefecture collapsed, and buildings with restaurants and other buildings suffered major damage.
A magnitude 7.3 earthquake struck the eastern sea of Fukushima, Japan on the evening of the 13th.
Officials from the Japan Meteorological Agency stated that this earthquake may be an aftershock of the 2011 “March 11” earthquake.
Based on past experience, similar strong earthquakes may occur in the past two to three days to a week.