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";s:4:"text";s:3791:"After an earthquake and tsunami rocked Japan in 2011, the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant quickly became a disaster of its own. The devastating 11 March 2011 quake was magnitude 9, the strongest quake in Japan on record. environment; Japans earthquake brings back memories of 2011s Fukushima nuclear disaster. In 2011, a magnitude 9.1 earthquake in the same region triggered a massive tsunami and led to almost 16,000 deaths. The 6.9-magnitude quake struck the region of Fukushima - the same area left devastated in 2011 when a 9.0-magnitude quake triggered a tsunami and a nuclear disaster which A tsunami warning was in place for around an hour after a 7.1 earthquake hit Iwaki in Fukushima province. Japan's Fukushima region transformed from rural haven to ravaged wasteland when the earthquake and tsunami struck in March 2011. Fukushima nuclear plant was left leaking radiation after it was hit by an earthquake in 2011. The Fukushima Disaster On March 11 th 2011 a huge earthquake (14h46 local time) and the following tsunami (15h35 local time) caused the cooling of the reactors and the cooling of the spent fuel pools of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plants to fail. Located north of Tokyo, Fukushima prefecture was devastated by an offshore earthquake in March 2011. The 5.0-magnitude tremors (on the Japanese 7-point scale) were felt in the Fukushima prefecture area, where a major nuclear power plant accident occurred in 2011. The temblor and tsunami led to a nuclear disaster at the power plant in Fukushima, which is still causing problems to this day. Japan's 2011 earthquake and nuclear disaster still fracturing families When the massive magnitude 9 earthquake rumbled through Fukushima prefecture in March 2011, it swelled the seas and shook the earth. Fukushima News - Fukushima Information. In 2011, a magnitude 9.1 earthquake in the same region triggered a massive tsunami and led to almost 16,000 deaths. MOSCOW (Sputnik) An earthquake of 5.9 magnitude occurred on Friday in the east of Japan, the Japan Meteorological Agency reported. A 6.1 magnitude earthquake hit the northeast coast of Japan, just 200 miles east of the damaged Fukushima nuclear power plant. The temblor and tsunami led to a nuclear disaster at the power plant in Fukushima, which The 5.0-magnitude tremors (on the Japanese 7-point scale) were felt in the Fukushima prefecture area, where a major nuclear power plant accident occurred in 2011. All nuclear plants on the coast threatened by the tsunami remain closed in the wake of the Fukushima disaster. The 2011 Thoku earthquake and tsunami was an 9.0-magnitude earthquake followed by tsunami waves. Here's what happened. Visualization of intensity of aftershocks in the first few days This is a list of foreshocks and aftershocks of the 2011 Thoku earthquake . The Fukushima Daini power station, about seven miles south of Daiichi, has not produced electricity since the 2011 calamity, in which it suffered earthquake damage. But long after the ground stopped trembling, the disaster has continued to fracture families like that of Yoshinobu Segawa. When the massive magnitude 9 earthquake rumbled through Fukushima prefecture in March 2011, it swelled the seas and shook the earth. A powerful earthquake off the northeast Japanese coast on Tuesday sent residents fleeing to higher ground and prompted worries about the Fukushima Visualization of intensity of aftershocks in the first few days This is a list of foreshocks and aftershocks of the 2011 Thoku earthquake . The Fukushima nuclear plant was destroyed in March 2011 by a 9-magnitude earthquake and the subsequent tsunami, exposing enormous amounts of radioactive material. A major 6.9 magnitude earthquake just struck off Japan's coast nearby Fukushima, triggering tsunami warnings. ";s:7:"keyword";s:25:"fukushima earthquake 2011";s:7:"expired";i:-1;}