The United States Geological Survey said a strong earthquake struck just before noon in the sea in virtually the same place where the magnitude 8.9 quake on Friday unleashed one of the greatest disasters Japan has witnessed — a 23-foot (7-meter) tsunami that washed far inland over fields and smashed towns.
The official death toll stood at 413, while 784 people were missing and 1,128 injured. In addition, police said between 200 and 300 bodies were found along the coast in Sendai, the biggest city in the area of the quake’s epicenter. An untold number of bodies were also believed to be lying in the rubble and debris. Rescue workers had yet to reach the hardest-hit areas.
And just 2 days before the magnitude 8.9 quake happened in Japan, a magnitude 5.8 quake also hit Southwest China and caused at least 25 people death with hundreds injured.
GORGEOUS PFEIFFER feel extremely sorry for the human lost both in Japan and Southwest China, we hope all the victims rest in peace and all the survivors could be strong enough, take good care and stay safe, although we know that’s it’s really a hard time, we are always stand by your side.