Where Will The Japan Tsunami Strike Next?
The tsunami in Japan has done unimaginable damage, material losses and human life losses as well. The authorities reported that they try to deal with the situation there and officially asked for the support of the American state for this crisis.
After the 10 meters high tsunami hit the coast of Japan this morning affecting many areas, it headed rapidly to other areas from other countries. Â The Okushiri coastline was the first one hit by the giant waves.
Then the tsunami hit the Kamaishi destroying everything in the way then headed to Sendai where the damages were extreme. Houses, cars and farms were swept away in an instant and the airport from Sendai was affected as well. The tsunami also hit Fukushima area.
Hokkaido and especially its west coast were affected by the tsunami and some sources say that it reached Tokyo as well. In addition, the Miyagi Prefecture was hit but we have yet to receive information on the damage there.
The tsunami reached Hawaii today and all the people from the nearby areas were evacuated immediately. The wave was one meter high and the warning center there was anticipating mere damages, not huge ones. Â The wave hit twenty minutes later than the researchers predicted.
The inhabitants from the Easter Island at 19.27 PM were preparing to evacuate the territory near to the Pacific Ocean. Also the coasts of Central and South America are on alert and so is Australia, New Zealand and all the Pacific shores.
After that the Philippines, Indonesia and Chile received warnings to prepare for a possible tsunami strike.
For the fear of tsunami another twenty countries are on alert, among them are the coasts of America and Canada. They are preparing for the tsunami as well. Other areas that might be on the list are Russia, The Philippine Islands and the Mariana Islands.
After the devastation of the Japan shores and cities it seems like the tsunami is not stopping here and the possibility of hitting other countries is high.
The giant monster seems to become weaker as it reaches the other countries, but who knows what might happen next and what damages it might produce again. Â All we know is that Japan was the most affected and its recovery might take some time in the near future.11