A disaster drill is conducted at Tokyo’s Haneda airport last month, as a massive earthquake may hit Tokyo in the future. Japan’s west coast was jolted by a 5.2 magnitude quake on Sunday. File photo: Kyodo
A disaster drill is conducted at Tokyo’s Haneda airport last month, as a massive earthquake may hit Tokyo in the future. Japan’s west coast was jolted by a 5.2 magnitude quake on Sunday. File photo: Kyodo
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Japan: 5.2 magnitude earthquake hits west coast’s Ishikawa, ‘no tsunami threat’

  • The quake struck a few minutes after 3pm local time on Sunday
  • The government was gathering information but said initial reports indicated there was no major damage and nuclear facilities were operating normally

A disaster drill is conducted at Tokyo’s Haneda airport last month, as a massive earthquake may hit Tokyo in the future. Japan’s west coast was jolted by a 5.2 magnitude quake on Sunday. File photo: Kyodo
A disaster drill is conducted at Tokyo’s Haneda airport last month, as a massive earthquake may hit Tokyo in the future. Japan’s west coast was jolted by a 5.2 magnitude quake on Sunday. File photo: Kyodo
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