Taipei: Two earthquakes shake parts of Taiwan; no injuries yet
An earthquake was reportedly felt in Taiwan's Taipei on Saturday, according to real-time earthquake info provider EMSC. Soon after the update by EMSC about the tremor, Twitter was flooded by tweets about the earthquake.
Update 1: The preliminary magnitude of the earthquake in Taiwan is reportedly 5.3, according to EMSC.
Update 2: The earthquake was followed by another earthquake of magnitude 5.7.
This M5.7 #earthquake was preceded by a M5.2 55 min before and less than 10 km away— EMSC (@LastQuake) February 15, 2020
Earthquakes in eastern Taiwan on Saturday evening were a "normal release" of energy and is a positive development, local media said quoting a Central Weather Bureau (CWB) official.
No damage or injuries were reported. State-owned power supplier Taiwan Power Co. (Taipower) said all reactors at its nuclear plants and power generators at coal-fired and hydropower plants around the island are operating within normal parameters.
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