Continuous nuclear testing has caused a major setback to North Korea, which has caused a worldwide disturbance. It is reported that more than 200 people have died due to a tunnel collapse on North Korea’s nuclear test site Pangi-ri.
This news has been revealed by the Japanese media. It is being told that on September 3, North Korea had conducted the sixth and largest underground nuclear test. This incident happened a few days later. Its information is now exposed.
A TV channel in Japan has quoted its sources in North Korea as saying that at least 100 workers were trapped there. After this, another part of the tunnel collapsed during relief and rescue operations. This led to the death of more than 200 people. According to the TV channel, due to the nuclear tests, the situation of the accident has occurred. Experts had also warned that due to underground tests the mountain could collapse and radiation leaks near the Chinese border.
Have done 6 tests
There have been 6 tests since 2006 on this nuclear test site. According to photographs taken from the satellite after one day of the sixth test on September 3, there were several landslides in the area due to the explosion. A 6.3 magnitude earthquake struck before the blast, and after a few minutes, there was another earthquake of 4.1 magnitudes.
According to Japan’s assessment, the hydrogen bomb that North Korea tested on September 3 was eight times more powerful than the atom bomb dropped on Hiroshima in 1945. According to the report, it is believed that after the trial, the ground here was loose and weakened.