Earthquake in Japan; Aftershocks Continue

After the Mega-Quake that hit Japan with a manitude of 8.9, the largest ever for Japan, aftershocks continue to be felt with reoprts ranging up to 30 plus. Also causing problems, in Northern Japan a nuclear power plant had an issue with one of the cooling systems that caused it to be shut down. The IAEA was quick to report that there were no leakage problems, and that the plant had many safety systems that functioned properly. And, along with that power plant, others have also shut down causing many to be without power. Reports are also filtering in of higher death tolls, with 51 confirmed and thousands feared.

Stay tuned for updates.

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