Cracks and massive ground movements in Japan, caught on video (compilation)

Japan is one of the countries that is located in the Pacific Ring of Fire, the country also have some of the most active volcanoes in the world resulting in daily earthquakes around the region.

A Japanese movie in 2006 titled "Sinking of Japan" featured a possible earthquake that could trigger Japan's disappearance on the face of the Earth.

 A screenshot from the video.
A part of the street cracked and started moving back and forth.


In a video compilation uploaded by DISCL0SUR3 on YouTube, citizens recorded the actual earthquake and the ground started to crack.

The first part of the video shows a man inspecting a small crack that continuous to grow while the soil is moving up and down. The man said that he felt like he was drunk, because of the extended shaking of the ground. Pipelines were damaged causing water to squirt out of the ground.

The next scene shows the crowd in a park, they're shouting and panicking while the earthquake is happening. Water started to flow out of the cracks, and the tiles were ruined because the floor is moving up and down.

After that, a sidewalk floor started to bulge out while the place is trembling, it's like the Earth is breathing on this part of Japan.

And then a house was somewhat pulled out of its place, because the soil beneath it cracked and the whole building moves up and down.


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Cracks and massive ground movements in Japan, caught on video (compilation) Cracks and massive ground movements in Japan, caught on video (compilation) Reviewed by TrendSpot on Sunday, April 09, 2017 Rating: 5

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