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|UTC time||1974-05-08 23:33:29|
|Local date||May 9, 1974|
|Max. intensity||Japan Meteorological Agency seismic intensity scale 5-|
|Casualties||38 Dead missing persons|
The 1974 Izu Peninsula earthquake (Japanese: 1974年伊豆半島沖地震) occurred on May 9 at 08:33 local time. The epicenter was located off the Izu Peninsula, Japan. 25 people were reported dead. Landslides and damage of roads, buildings, and infrastructure were reported. This earthquake triggered a small tsunami. The intensity in Tokyo reached shindo 3. The magnitude of this earthquake was put at Ms 6.5, or MJMA 6.9.
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