Taiwan earthquake, latest news-Taiwan earthquake: tremors felt more than 50 times in a single night, 23 years ago, there was a terrible devastation
This is not the first time that such a terrible earthquake has been felt in Taiwan. About 23 years ago, on this day on September 21, an earthquake wreaked havoc in Taiwan.
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The earthquake shook Taiwan. Three major earthquake tremors were felt in Taiwan in the last 24 hours. In view of this, Japan has issued a tsunami alert. It is being told that the epicenter of the earthquake is in Taitung County, located in the southeastern region. An earthquake with a magnitude of 6.4 occurred in the same area on Saturday, September 17. This was followed by an earthquake of 6.8 in the morning and 7.2 in the afternoon. Its center was born 10 kilometers below the surface of Taitung.
Earthquake tremors have been felt more than 50 times on Taiwanese soil since Saturday night. The intensity of which was between three and a half to five and a half on the Richter scale. The two-story building collapsed due to the strong tremors of the earthquake and the train also derailed at one place.
23 years ago there was devastation in Taiwan
This is not the first time that such a terrible earthquake has been felt in Taiwan. About 23 years ago, on this day on September 21, an earthquake wreaked havoc in Taiwan. According to reports, about 2400 people died in this earthquake and more than 10 people were injured. Hundreds of people were buried under the buildings. Roads and houses were completely destroyed.
According to media reports, more than one lakh people were rendered homeless in this earthquake. Taiwan is once again hit by an earthquake, Japan’s weather agency has issued a one-meter-high tsunami alert, with the administration urging people living near the coast to stay away from the coast.
India: Earthquake in Arunachal also
An earthquake of magnitude 4.4 struck Arunachal Pradesh’s Dibang Valley at around 6.27 pm. Officials said that the depth of this severe earthquake was 10 km below the ground. National Center for Seismology gave this information.