Two strong earthquakes occurred at once in central Japan, the magnitude of which was 4,1 and 4,3. As informs mir24, the epicenter of the disaster was at depth of 10 kilometers. Data causalities and destruction have not been received.
This is not first earthquake recorded in this region recently. So, an earthquake of magnitude 7,3 occurred in the northeast of Japan on March 16. At the same time the most powerful shocks were observed in the eastern prefectures of Miyagi and Fukushima, where located the nuclear power plants. Then the earthquake center lay at a depth of 60 kilometers in the Pacific Ocean.