Another strong aftershock measuring 7.1 in the Richter scale shook the already tsunami ravaged north coast of Japan yesterday at around 11:30 pm.
The quake toppled power lines and a tsunami alert was issued thereafter that was later on cancelled.
This was the strongest aftershock recorded since the tragic March 11 earthquake that caused the massive tsunami that claimed the lives of 25,000.
There were no report of additional damages to the troubled Fukushima Da-iichi Nuclear Power Plant. Workers at the said site where evacuated at the earthquake proof shelter of the nuclear power plant complex.
Let's pray for the Japanese people, may they continue to be resilient and strong amidst the trials they are facing right now.