A powerful earthquake struck Japan on New Year’s Day, killing at least 48 people and injuring hundreds more. The magnitude 7.6 earthquake struck off the coast of Ishikawa Prefecture, causing widespread damage to buildings and infrastructure. The earthquake was felt across Japan and in neighboring South Korea. It triggered a tsunami warning for the Japanese coast, but no major waves were reported. The earthquake caused widespread power outages and transportation disruptions. The Ishikawa Airport was closed due to damage to its runway.
Rescue workers are working to reach people who are trapped in the rubble of collapsed buildings. The Japanese government has declared a state of emergency in Ishikawa Prefecture. The earthquake has had a significant impact on Japan. The death toll is expected to rise as rescue workers continue to search for survivors. The earthquake has also caused widespread damage to property. Thousands of homes and businesses have been damaged or destroyed. The earthquake has also disrupted transportation and communication. Many roads and railways have been closed, and cellphone service has been disrupted in some areas.
The Japanese government has mobilized a large-scale rescue effort. Thousands of rescue workers are working to reach people who are trapped in the rubble of collapsed buildings. The government has also provided assistance to those who have been displaced by the earthquake. The Japanese government has also declared a state of emergency in Ishikawa Prefecture. This allows the government to provide additional resources to the affected area.
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