On Nov. 11, 2015, during 7:31 UTC a bulk (M) 6.9 trembler jolted a seashore of Chile. According to Earthquake Report, 6 6.6M earthquakes rumbled Chile from 1:54 to 1:59 UTC. All 6 of them erupted off a seashore in a same region.
The Coordinates were 29º24′00.0″S 72º18′00.0″W. The inlet of a earthquakes ranged from 0 km to 32 km.
One witness, 82 km from a epicenter of a temblor, settled that a sixth building shook for over 20 minutes. It was felt as distant divided as 770 km from a epicenter.
The cities affected:
458 km N of Santiago, Chile
82 km NW of La Serena, Chile
79 km NW of Coquimbo, Chile
Fortunately, this partial of a nation is prepared to knowledge a earth shake underneath them, so many of a structures are resistant to a shaking, according to a United States Geological Survey (USGS). However, there have been delegate hazards in Chile, such as mudslides and liquefaction, that a USGS reports could have contributed to gifted losses. Unfortunately, waste of this inlet are not odd in this region.
The National Tsunami Warning Center reports there are not any expectations of a tsunami. Stay tuned to Guardian Liberty Voice for some-more information.
By Jeanette Smith
Edited by Leigh Haugh
Image Courtesy of Douglas Scortegagna’s Flickr Page – Creative Commons License
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