2021-10-08

A 5.9-magnitude earthquake occurred in Chiba County, Japan. The strongest earthquake feeling since the “3.11” earthquake was observed in Tokyo

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China News Agency, Beijing, October 8 – Tokyo news: according to the Japanese Meteorological Agency, at 22:41 local time (21:41 Beijing time) on the 7th, a magnitude 5.9 earthquake occurred in the northwest of Chiba County, Japan, with a focal depth of about 75 km. Shaking with a magnitude of 5 was observed in Tokyo and Qiyu county. This is the first time that an earthquake with a magnitude of 5 has been observed in Tokyo since the “March 11” earthquake in 2011

A 5.9-magnitude earthquake occurred in Chiba County, Japan. The strongest earthquake feeling since the “3.11” earthquake was observed in Tokyo

on October 7, 2021 local time, an earthquake occurred in the northwest of Chiba County, Japan. The earthquake was felt strongly in Tokyo. At present, there is no tsunami risk

according to Asahi Shimbun, several lines of Shinkansen in Japan were suspended due to the earthquake. The earthquake also caused fire, power failure, water leakage and other accidents, resulting in 32 injuries, of which 3 were seriously injured

Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida was interviewed by reporters at the prime minister’s residence on the evening of the 7th. He said that the earthquake was the first earthquake with an intensity of more than 5 in Tokyo 23 in 10 years, and the first since the East Japan earthquake. The government will cooperate with local governments to provide relief and rescue for the victims and release accurate information

in addition, according to a report by the Japan Broadcasting Association (NHK), Jinye Shutian, an official of the Japan Meteorological Agency, held a press conference in the early morning of the 8th to call on the public to pay attention to the earthquake in the coming week. He said that before the end of the whole earthquake activity, it is still impossible to judge whether the earthquake is the main earthquake or the foreshock of a larger earthquake. “In the coming week, especially in the next two to three days, we should pay attention to earthquakes of the same magnitude as this earthquake.” (end)