China News Service, March 5th. According to the "Central News Agency" report, on the 5th local time, New Zealand's National Emergency Management Agency said that earlier that day, three consecutive strong earthquakes of magnitude 7 or more caused the largest wave of tsunamis in the waters near the North Island of the country. It has passed, and the current tsunami warning has been lifted, and the refugees can go home.
According to reports, in the early morning and morning of the 5th local time, three consecutive strong earthquakes of magnitude 7 or above occurred in the northern waters of New Zealand, with the largest magnitude of 8.1.
Subsequently, New Zealand's National Emergency Management Agency issued a tsunami warning, calling on people to flee to higher places.
The report said that later that day, the New Zealand National Emergency Management Agency announced that "the biggest wave (of the tsunami) has passed."
At the same time, the department also lifted the evacuation order from the coastal areas and said, "All the people who have evacuated can now come back."
According to reports, there are currently no reports of property losses or casualties caused by the earthquake.