Friday, January 18, 2019

Tokyo earthquake: 'Crazy' quake rattles Japan’s capital - Ring of Fire on alert

TOKYO has been rattled by a strong earthquake, with residents reporting shaking in the Japanese capital.Tokyo was hit by an earthquake at around 11.45am GMT, with the quake initially registering a magnitude of 5.8. It was later downgraded to 5.0. Shocked residents recorded their experiences on earthquake-tracking website EMSC-CSEM. One said: “That was a nice little shake, enough to scare the kids.”

Another said: “A sudden jolt, short-lived dramatic.”
One resident said on Twitter: “Toilet starts shaking and I thought I was just having a rough one but then I see the door start swaying.”
A resident of Zama described the quake as "crazy", while another said it had been felt in Tokyo Bay.
No tsunami warnings or alert were issued.
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