Tsunami devastates North Japan,Now Google Alerting About Tsunami on Home Page

Japan was hit by a massive earthquake the measured 8.9 on the Richter scale Yesterday. It followed by a 10 meters high Tsunami wave that washed away Northern Japan. The nearest city to the epicenter is the coastal city of Honshu, 130 km (80 miles) from the quake center. Japan’s capital city Tokyo is situated 373 km (231 miles) away.

It’s a biggest disaster in this season. Firstly 8.9 earthquakes slammed Japan’s many cities completely and after that Tsunami Waves putting hands in terrible disasters.


Now Google announcing on it’s home page high alert to the few countries over the globe. This alert is to move peoples who are in high alert place to the safe. Google On front page of Google you can see it.

This massege is displaying on google

“Tsunami Alert for New Zealand, the Philippines, Indonesia, Papua New Guinea, Hawaii, and others. Waves expected over the next few hours, caused by 8.9 earthquake in Japan.”

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