[영상] “Dangerous” Fukushima swallowed strong earthquake… Scene of chaos

A 7.3 earthquake in Fukushima, Japan, resulted in housing collapse and landslides, and it has been counted that more than 150 people have been injured so far. Fortunately, there were no aftershocks overnight, but there are concerns that an aftershock of magnitude 6 or more could occur in Japan. The Japanese government has said that so far there are no problems with the nuclear power plant.

This is Jeong Seong-jin.

The whole room shakes violently and items on the shelves fall off.

I try to support the shaking furniture with my hands, but I can’t even stand up properly.

[위험해, 위험해!]

One side of the mountain collapsed, and the spilled dirt covered roads, houses, and even vehicles.

On the night of that day (13th), a 7.3 earthquake occurred in the offshore of Fukushima Prefecture, Japan, injuring 150 people, but fortunately, no deaths have been reported.

At one time, 900,000 households were powered off, but all power has been restored, and the Self-Defense Forces are being used to supply water in areas affected by the water supply of about 5,000 households.

Over 240 residents, whose homes collapsed and lost their place to go, were evacuated to shelters.

[후쿠시마 지역 주민 : 집엔 잠잘 공간도 없고, 전기도 안 들어옵니다. 어쩔 수 없이 대피소로 왔습니다.]

It is said that it will take about 10 days to restore all the broken roads and the shinkansen that have been suspended.

There were no additional aftershocks overnight after the 5.2 aftershock at around 4:30pm yesterday, but it’s still impossible to put a border on.

[카마 노리코/일본 기상청 지진정보기획관 : 앞으로 한 주 정도 최대 6강 이상의 지진에 대해 경계해야 합니다.]

There have also been concerns about the leakage of radioactive materials, such as a small amount of water overflowing from the fuel tank of the Fukushima nuclear power plant, but the Japanese government said nuclear power plants in Fukushima and Onagawa had no problems.

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