Man oh man, you heard right, just recently a magnitude 7.0 earthquake has struck off Japan’s south-western coast, and then it doesn’t even end there, the earthquake triggered a small tsunami. The only bright side is that there was no immediate tsunami danger to the U.S. West Coast, British Columbia and Alaska, according to the National Tsunami Warning Center. The quake was about 90 miles off the western shores of Makurazaki, Japan, the U.S. Geological Survey said.

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Seems like Friday the 13th is really coming to life today, please keep your prayers for all these tragic events that keep on occurring. Now there’s news that scary for the people of Japan, after a 7.0 earthquake, the Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA) said a 30cm (1ft) tsunami was registered on the southern Nakanoshima island, part of Kagoshima prefecture, The US Geological Survey said it was some 159km south-west of the town of Makurazaki. Just in case you’re unaware just how bad an earthquake is in Japan: In 2011, a massive earthquake caused a tsunami that left more than 18,000 people dead or missing in north-eastern Japan. Some 230,000 people have yet to return to their home towns since the disaster. So honestly just keep the prayers coming today because things are really just getting too much now.

Source: BBC