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Another Quake Shook Northeast Japan

In the early morning of March 23, another earthquake, scaled 5.4, took
place in north-east Japan, 73 km south to Fukushima. So far no toll
resulted from the quake has been reported, and neither has it roused any
tsunami alarm.
The depth of the epicenter was scaled 15.7 km underground. Responders
at the nuclear plant were endeavoring to stop the radioactivity from
leaking while the quake occurred. And according to the Tokyo Electric
Power (TEPCO), the quake didn’t cause any further damage to the
reactors.
Power to the six reactors and illumination of the third reactor at the
nuclear plant have been restored since March 22.