Danger of tsunami averted in Japan, know how is the situation in Taiwan?

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  • The intensity of the earthquake was measured at 7.4 on the Richter scale.
  • So far 9 people have lost their lives and more than 700 people have been injured
  • Earthquake warning still issued in Taiwan

It is noteworthy that yesterday i.e. on April 3, there was a massive earthquake in Taiwan. At this time its intensity was measured at 7.4 on the Richter scale. It is believed that this is the first earthquake to hit Taiwan in the last 25 years. Talking about the damage caused by the earthquake, 9 people have died in this earthquake and more than 700 people have been injured. Along with this, there is a possibility of many people being trapped in it. The number of injured is gradually increasing. It is noteworthy that many videos are also going viral.

Tsunami threat averted

Now after this earthquake the danger of tsunami has increased. A tsunami warning was issued after the earthquake, Japan and the Philippines were also alerted. Officials said more earthquakes are likely in the coming days. But at present Japan and Philippines have withdrawn the tsunami warning. Although officials advised people to remain cautious, the warning was lifted because the waves were not very high.

77 people are trapped in the tunnel

Although the possibility of a tsunami was raised in Taiwan, no statement was issued later. It is being said that the danger of tsunami has reduced. However, an earthquake warning is still issued in Taiwan. About 127 people are said to be trapped after the earthquake in Taiwan. About 77 of them are trapped in the Jinwen and Qingshui tunnels in Hualien County. There are also reports that two German citizens are trapped in the tunnel.

Rescue work is difficult in a building that has collapsed due to an earthquake.

Some buildings in Hualien city are leaning. In this, a building is tilted in a dangerous manner. Rescue work in the building has also become difficult as the building collapses as soon as rescue teams enter. Such rescue teams are facing many difficulties.

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