A 7.1 magnitude earthquake 370 kilometres east off Fukushima sent tremors through parts of Japan and caused a small tsunami but initial reports indicate no damage. According to Reuters, the wrecked Fukushima nuclear plant was undamaged by the earthquake early on Saturday, October 26. The following footage is from a livecam monitoring the Fukushima nuclear plant and appears to be shaking from about 1.40 into the clip. Credit: YouTube/Tokyo Electric Power Company
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