Residual tsunami reached New Zealand, Canada and Mexico

Residual tsunami after a powerful Japanese earthquake reached New Zealand, Canada and Mexico.
According to the Pacific Tsunami Warning Center, wave height near the Mexican village Manzanillo was 1.25 cm in the resort town of Acapulco 28 cm in New Zealand observed water level rise of 23 cm, according to ITAR-TASS.
As the representative of the Programme of Action in emergency situations in the Canadian province of British Columbia Glen Plummer, wave height in some parts of the coast up to one meter.
The damage they have caused. Still in force is to spread the provincial government warning not to come close to the surf zone and be careful in the coastal zone.
Chile, the government announced on Friday to evacuate people in low coastal areas due to the increased threat of a tsunami. The most powerful impact of elements can inflict on Easter Island, where about five thousand people.
Residents are now in the vicinity of the airport, which is located at an altitude of 45 meters above sea level. As expected, the wave height can exceed two meters.
After the first underground hit with magnitude 8.9 that struck on March 11 off the east coast of Honshu, recorded about a hundred aftershocks. 19 of them had a magnitude greater than 6.0 on the Richter scale.
Two earthquakes recorded on the west coast of Japan, one magnitude 6.2 occurred 46 km from the city of Nagano, the second magnitude 6.6 — in the Sea of Japan, 122 km north-west of Akita.
Information on the effects of these two underground strikes have been reported yet.
The Pacific Tsunami Warning Center, located in Hawaii, tracking the tsunami across the Pacific. According to the center, in the village of Nikolskoye in the Commander Islands residual wave-height was 27 cm tsunami

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