7.3 magnitude quake hits north Japan, tsunami alert issued

No instant records of casualties or damages yet.

An effective 7.3 size quake got rid of the coastline of Fukushima in north Japan on Wednesday night, causing a tidal wave advisory.

The Japan Meteorological Company stated the quake struck 60 kilometers (36 miles) listed below the sea.

The area becomes part of north Japan that was ruined by a harmful 9.0 quake and also tidal wave that additionally triggered a nuclear calamity.

There are no instant records of casualties or damages.

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