A pair of robust earthquakes jolted Japan‘s northernmost essential island of Hokkaido early Thursday, the climate company stated, issuing no tsunami warning.
The second quake, with a preliminary magnitude of 5.3, occurred round 12:53 a.m. It registered higher 5 on the shindo (depth) scale of seven in Nakagawa and 4 in lots of different areas within the northern a part of the island.
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