[...] Meteorological agency warned bigger earthquake of M8.0 class is expected.
The M7.3 was one of the aftershocks of 311, which was outerrise type of the earthquake. M8.0 class of the earthquake was expected but the last one was smaller.
There is a possibility that a bigger outerrise type one occurs at North or South of this epicenter. [...]
It was expected to happen as a reaction of 311, which was reverse fault type. [...]
Published: December 7th, 2012 at 11:55 am ET
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