Tsunami Hits Eastern Japan After Earthquake Strikes
The tsunami came shortly after a 6.9-magnitude earthquake shook Japan.
A 6.9-magnitude earthquake has been reported in Fukushima, Japan, according to the United States Geological Survey. Tremors from the earthquake could be felt as far away as Tokyo, about 150 miles south of the epicenter. Hazardous tsunamis are possible for parts of Japan's east coast within 300
We're following breaking news in Japan where tsunami has just now reach the coast of Fukushima after a magnitude six point nine earthquake. These are live pictures coming in right now from Japanese broadcasters and eight K still no ordered how much damage has been caused. Fukushima is the same area
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