Japan Earthquake

Source: USGS.gov

TOKYO (CBS46) — A series of strong earthquakes have been felt in Tokyo as the country is waking up for another day of Olympic competition.

According to the live earthquake map from the United States Geological Survey, a magnitude 5.8 earthquake struck at at 5:33 a.m. Japan time. It was followed about 10 minutes later by a magnitude 5.1.

The earthquake struck about 155 miles ENE of Tokyo.

Details are still very limited, but multiple reporters covering the games in Tokyo are reporting having felt the quake early Wednesday morning. 

CNN's Will Ripley reports there is no damage in Tokyo and no tsunami warning was issued.

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