5.8 magnitude earthquake strikes western desert region of China

March 9, 2012CHINAAn earthquake has struck the far west of China but there were no immediate reports of injuries or damage. The U.S. Geological Survey said Friday that the 5.8 quake struck about 7 a.m. (2300 GMT) in the southern part of Xinjiang region. An official from the Communist Party Propaganda Department in Luopu county, where the earthquake hit about 175 miles (280 kilometers) northeast of Hotan, said the epicenter was in the desert and no reports of injuries had been made. The official refused to give his name. The USGS put the quake’s depth at 22 miles (35.5 kilometers). –ABC
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5 Responses to 5.8 magnitude earthquake strikes western desert region of China

  1. Lucie Sinclair says:

    I appreciate all your hard work Alvin, and have noticed the great uptick in events and subsequent work on your part to keep us informed, and sincerely hope you are getting enough rest! It struck me today how utterly lost I would feel without your site , so my prayers now include you.

    God bless you!


    • You’re so very kind and I’m so very fortunate to have you here.



    • Brandon says:

      I second what Lucie said Alvin. You might find this kind of funny, Alvin. Me and Bundy were talking about how alarmed you seem to be getting with the escalation of events, and she said that when you start saying good luck that means head to the nearest safe mountain. LOL!


      • Dianne Ford says:

        Yes Alvin everyone who sees these events happening because only you seem to think that we need to see them are so blessed by you. I know you are such a hard worker keeping us all informed about everything that is happening and wanted to tell you that too. GBU and stay safe!


  2. Kaos says:

    FYI 6.7 Magnitude Earthquake @ VANATU – 7:09am UT



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