A 5.3 magnitude earthquake struck off the East coast of Taiwan

The tremors were recorded on Sunday at 19: 36 Chinese time off the coast of Taiwan.

The epicenter of the recorded earthquake was located in the Pacific Ocean 60.8 km from the coastline of Hualien County, and the center was located at a depth of 44.7 km. This was reported by the seismological service of the island.

Fluctuations in the earth due to the elements could be felt in Yilan, Hualian, Nantou, and Changhua counties, as well as in Taichung city. No injuries were reported. The earthquake did not cause damage to nearby territories, and there were no reports of a tsunami threat.

Author: Flyn Braun
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