A 6.2-magnitude earthquake hit an area in central Japan on Saturday, injuring several people and collapsing at least ten homes near the former winter Olympics-hosting town of Nagano. The quake struck shortly after 10 p.m. at a depth of six miles, according to the Japan Meteorological Agency. Since it struck inland, there is no chance of tsunamis. The hardest-hit town appeared to be Hakuba, a ski resort town west of Nagano where the ten homes collapsed, trapping nine people underneath. All were rescued without life-threatening injuries.