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Magnitude 6.4 earthquake frames near Japan's west coast



An earthquake in size 6.4 struck the coast of northeastern Japan around 22:22. Tuesday (about 9:22 pm EDT) said the United States Geological Survey.

The quake was initially rated 6.8 by the Japan Meteorological Agency, which also listed a tsunami advisory for parts of the country's west coast, including Yamagata, Niigata and Ishikawa prefectures.

The Tsunami consultations have since been lifted and the earthquake was adjusted to a size of 6.7 by the Japan Meteorological Agency.

The US National Tsunami Warning Center said there was no tsunami hazard for the West Coast of the United States and Alaska.

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NATORI, JAPAN – MARCH 11: A girl looks at the paper lanterns at Natori City Office on March 11, 2016 in Natori , Japan. March 11, 2016 marks the fifth anniversary of the earthquake and tsunami with magnitude 9.0, which claimed the lives of 15,894, and the subsequent damage to the reactors of TEPCO's nuclear power plant in Fukushima Daiichi. Ca. 174,000 people are still forced to live as evacuees from February 2016. (Photo by Ken Ishii / Getty Images)

SENDAI, JAPAN – MARCH 11: A man sits on the beach at Fukanuma Beach on March 11, 2016 in Sendai , Japan. Today is the fifth anniversary of the earthquake and tsunami size 9.0, which claimed the lives of 15,894, and the subsequent damage to the reactors of TEPCO's nuclear power plant in Fukushima Daiichi. Ca. 174,000 people are still forced to live as evacuees from February 2016. (Photo by Ken Ishii / Getty Images)

SENDAI, JAPAN – MARCH 11: Yoshie Satake, 42, who lost his daughter at the tsunami, praying at Fukanuma beach March 11, 2016 in Sendai, Japan. Today is the fifth anniversary of the earthquake and tsunami size 9.0, which claimed the lives of 15,894, and the subsequent damage to the reactors of TEPCO's nuclear power plant in Fukushima Daiichi. Ca. 174,000 people are still forced to live as evacuees from February 2016. (Photo by Ken Ishii / Getty Images)

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SENDAI, JAPAN – MARCH 11: Hitomi Aizawa, 31 (L) and Minami Fukumura, 26, offer flowers to the place where their uncle's house used to stand on March 11, 2016 in Sendai, Japan. Today is the fifth anniversary of the earthquake and tsunami size 9.0, which claimed the lives of 15,894, and the subsequent damage to the reactors of TEPCO's nuclear power plant in Fukushima Daiichi. Ca. 174,000 people are still forced to live as evacuees from February 2016. (Photo by Ken Ishii / Getty Images)

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ISHINOMAKI, JAPAN – MARCH 11: A man offering prayers at Okawa Elementary School on March 11, 2016 in Ishinomaki , Japan. Today is the fifth anniversary of the earthquake and tsunami size 9.0, which claimed the lives of 15,894 and the subsequent damage to the reactors of TEPCO's nuclear power plant in Fukushima Daiichi. About 174,000 people are still forced to live as evacuates from February 2016. (Photo by Ken Ishii / Getty Images)

NATORI, JAPAN – MARCH 11: A girl looks at the paper lanterns at Natori City Office on March 11, 2016 in Natori, Japan. March 11, 2016 marks the fifth anniversary of the earthquake and tsunami with magnitude 9.0, which claimed the lives of 15,894, and the subsequent damage to the reactors of TEPCO's nuclear power plant in Fukushima Daiichi. About 174,000 people are still forced to live as evacuees from February 2016. (Photo by Ken Ishii / Getty Images)

ISHINOMAKI, JAPAN – MARCH 11: A man looks like holding a diet at the Okawa Elementary School on the 11th. March, 2016 in Ishinomaki, Japan. Today is the fifth anniversary of the earthquake and tsunami size 9.0, which claimed the lives of 15,894, and the subsequent damage to the reactors of TEPCO's nuclear power plant in Fukushima Daiichi. Ca. 174,000 people are still forced to live as evacuees from February 2016. (Photo by Ken Ishii / Getty Images)

ISHINOMAKI, JAPAN – MARCH 11: Buddhist monks offer prayers in front of the memorial at Okawa Elementary School on March 11, 2016 in Ishinomaki, Japan. Today is the fifth anniversary of the earthquake and tsunami size 9.0, which claimed the lives of 15,894, and the subsequent damage to the reactors of TEPCO's nuclear power plant in Fukushima Daiichi. Ca. 174,000 people are still forced to live as evacuees from February 2016. (Photo by Ken Ishii / Getty Images)




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A small tsunami measuring 10 cm After the earthquake in northwest Japan without initial reports of damage from the tsunami.

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The earthquake arose about 20 miles west of Tsuruoka, Japan, located in Yamagata Prefecture. The depth of the earthquake was 16.1 km.

Power cuts were reported for more than 9,000 homes across the Yamagata and Niigata prefectures, according to government sources.

The government also reported that no damage or irregularities were reported at some nuclear facilities throughout the country.

There have been no initial reports of death; However, several minor injuries have been reported.

The earthquake is also responsible for road surface damage and some rail services have been suspended pending an assessment of the track conditions.

Falling objects have been reported after the earthquake that caused shaking for 10 -20 seconds.

Thunderstorms and thunderstorms will spread across central and northern Japan on Wednesday, which could affect recovery efforts.

Rain showers are more localized Thursday and Friday, where most of each day is rainy in a given location across the country.


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