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Gujarat: Tremor of three.8 magnitude recorded in Surat, nobody harm; epicentre in sea, says ISR

By means of PTI

AHMEDABAD: A tremor of three.8 magnitude used to be recorded within the early hours of Saturday in Surat district in Gujarat, an Institute of Seismological Analysis (ISR) legit mentioned.

The tremor used to be recorded at 12:52 am with its epicentre some 27 kilometres west south west (WSW) of Surat, he mentioned.

“It used to be recorded at a intensity of five.2 kilometres, and the epicentre used to be within the Arabian sea off Hazira within the district.┬áThe tremors brought about no harm to belongings or existence,” a district crisis control legit mentioned.

As in line with the Gujarat State Crisis Control Authority (GSDMA), the state faces a prime earthquake chance and has witnessed primary incidents in 1819, 1845, 1847, 1848, 1864, 1903, 1938, 1956 and 2001.

The 2001 Kutch earthquake used to be the 3rd greatest and 2d maximum harmful earthquake in India over the past two centuries, killing greater than 13,800 individuals and leaving 1.67 lakh injured.

AHMEDABAD: A tremor of three.8 magnitude used to be recorded within the early hours of Saturday in Surat district in Gujarat, an Institute of Seismological Analysis (ISR) legit mentioned.

The tremor used to be recorded at 12:52 am with its epicentre some 27 kilometres west south west (WSW) of Surat, he mentioned.

“It used to be recorded at a intensity of five.2 kilometres, and the epicentre used to be within the Arabian sea off Hazira within the district.┬áThe tremors brought about no harm to belongings or existence,” a district crisis control legit mentioned.

As in line with the Gujarat State Crisis Control Authority (GSDMA), the state faces a prime earthquake chance and has witnessed primary incidents in 1819, 1845, 1847, 1848, 1864, 1903, 1938, 1956 and 2001.

The 2001 Kutch earthquake used to be the 3rd greatest and 2d maximum harmful earthquake in India over the past two centuries, killing greater than 13,800 individuals and leaving 1.67 lakh injured.

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