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Urgent warning over possible three-metre Tsunami as locals evacuated


A MASSIVE earthquake has left locals in Japan fleeing their homes as a three-metre Tsunami is expected.

The Japan Meteorological Agency issued the warning for the areas around Okinawa Island, Miyakojima Island and Yaeyama Island.

Locals were warned to evacuate


Locals were warned to evacuate

“Tsunami waves are approaching the coasts. Evacuate as quickly as possible. Waves can hit repeatedly. Continue to evacuate until all warnings are lifted,” the meteorological agency said.

A post from the JMA’s disaster preparation account on X, formerly Twitter, has warned those in the affected areas not to leave designated safe zones until given the all clear.

A translation of the tweet read: “As of 09:01 on the 3rd, a tsunami warning has been issued. Tsunamis strike repeatedly. Do not leave your safe area until the warning has been lifted.”

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