6.1 magnitude earthquake shakes Java region of Indonesia

Java January 25
January 25, 2014 INDONESIAA strong magnitude 6.1 earthquake rattled the Java region of eastern Indonesia on Saturday, the U.S. Geological Survey reported. The epicenter of the quake was 39 kilometers (24 miles) south-southeast of Adipala. An earthquake of this magnitude can cause a lot of damage if it hits a very populated area, according to a Michigan Tech seismology website. There were no immediate reports of damage or casualties. –CNN
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1 Response to 6.1 magnitude earthquake shakes Java region of Indonesia

  1. Faye Brown says:

    I often feel reports are given a drum-down account of damage these events have caused … 6.1 is not a small quake

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