Scene exposure: Japan earthquake after the road opened 50 meters long slit two cars stuck flat tire

A 7.4-magnitude earthquake hit the coast of Fukushima Prefecture on March 17, local time.A 50-meter-long crack appeared in the road of the Tohoku Expressway in Shiraishi, Miyagi Prefecture, north of Fukushima Prefecture, kyodo News agency reported, citing the East Japan Expressway. Two cars had flat tires and no one was injured.Miyagi traffic police said the crack was about 30 to 50 centimeters wide and about 10 centimeters deep.Two cars blew out tires when they got stuck in a crack on the road, but no one was hurt.In addition, part of the wall at the shoulder fracture collapsed, workers are on the scene to investigate the road condition.Three earthquakes, with a maximum magnitude of 7.4, struck off the coast of Japan between Late Saturday and early Sunday local time.Japanese media reported that the quake has so far killed three people and injured 126.(Wang Xiaoyu, Overseas Network)

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