Horrible Earthquakes in Japan,Repeated Earthquakes in Japan2016
Many Villages was Collapsed after Repeated Japan Earthquakes ,The magnitude-7.3 quake hit at a depth of 10km (six miles) at 01:25 on Saturday (15:25 GMT on Friday) in Kyushu region.This new earthquake in Kyushu was much bigger and hit a wider area than the one that struck Kumamoto on Thursday night, At least three people died and hundreds were injured.Japan is regularly hit by earthquakes but stringent building codes mean that they rarely cause significant damage.
Thousands of people have fled on to the streets and into parks – where they are huddled under blankets looking dazed and afraid.In one Town so many People were Damaged but there are numerous reports of people trapped inside buildings, including at least 60 inside an old people’s home.one town near the coast, the city hall has been so badly damaged there are fears it could collapse. A hospital has been evacuated because it is no longer safe.
NHK had warned of sea waves of up to 1m (3ft).According the reports more damage could be expected as the earthquake had been shallower and the fault-line had been much longer.The quake was originally assessed as magnitude 7.1 but revised upwards to 7.3 later.
Japan’s nuclear authority said the Sendai nuclear plant was not damaged.Thursday’s magnitude-6.2 quake caused shaking at some places as intense as the huge earthquake that hit the country in 2011, Japan’s seismology office said.More than 1,000 people were injured.That earthquake sparked a huge tsunami and nuclear meltdown at a power plant in Fukushima.
Japan Experienced for Earthquakes even Larger Magnitudes
It is through bitter experience that Japan has learnt the strategies to mitigate damage, injury and death.
Not only does it implement some the best building construction practices but it has also established an early warning network.This system relies on the lightning analysis of the developing earthquake, establishing its location and strength.Japan is one of the most seismically active areas on Earth, accounting for about 20% of global earthquakes of magnitude 6.0 or greater.Just 10 seconds is more than sufficient to drop and get under a sturdy table or open the doors of a fire station.