10 years after the earthquake 9M in Japan, a rare video came to light

A new video, about 9 years after the 9M Richter earthquake that hit eastern Japan, came to light yesterday on social media.

On March 11, 2011, an earthquake measuring 9.0 - 9.1M on the Richter scale occurred in northeastern Japan. The epicenter of the earthquake was 130 kilometers (81 miles) east of Sendai, in Honshu Island, Japan. The earthquake occurred at 14:46:23 local time (05:46 UTC) and lasted a record 6 minutes, while its maximum perceived level was level IX (9), ie "very catastrophic", at 12-degrees Mercali scale.

About 15,000 people died and disasters were very serious.

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