LOS ANGELES (LALATE) – A Japan earthquake today 2013 has hit Nago. The Japan earthquake today June 13, 2013 struck in the evening hours locally. No reports of injuries have yet to be indicated by local news.
Officials tell news that a 5.6 magnitude Japan earthquake today struck east of Nago. The quake was not only strong but also shallow. USGS indicates to news that the quake started only five miles below sea level. As result the quake could be felt to the west.
The Japan earthquake today started at 10:24 PM local time. Officials tell news that the quake was fifty-five miles east of Nago. The quake was sixty-three miles east of Guushikawa as well. Officials indicate that the earthquake was sixty-three miles east of Haebaur and sixty-six miles east of Ishikawa. The quake was roughly eight hundred miles south of Seoul.
Also this morning, USGS is reporting news of a 4.8 magnitude Chile quake. This quake was deep however. Officials indicate that the quake started five miles below ground level. It started thirty-four miles east of San Felipe. It was thirty-nine miles north of Los Andes and forty miles east of La Ligua. Reps put the quake as well forty miles east of Salamanca. No damage has yet to be reported.