The New Zealand earthquake was felt the reporter witnessed cry moment – Sohu news-peepsamurai

The New Zealand earthquake was felt the reporter witnessed cry moment – Sohu news in new network on 13 November,   according to the New Zealand Journal reports, November 14, 2016 0 a.m. local time 5 minutes or so, felt a strong earthquake occurred in new zealand. According to information released by the local authorities, the earthquake occurred in the south to the north of Christchurch 20 kilometers southeast of Hanmer Springs, magnitude 6.6 earthquake, a depth of 16 km, the entire North Canterbury regions of Christchurch, Wellington and Tara Naji, Hamilton and Oakland are clearly feeling. The map by the New Zealand signal reporter Wang Hao in Christchurch to provide Upper Riccarton, New Zealand News reporters sitting at the computer on the bed, the earthquake struck suddenly, not like before the end came a rumbling voice, but without any sound and sign, and then the house like the sea ship shaking, shaking continued for three or four minutes. The hanging shutters in the house are like the wind; all the half closed doors are open…… The reporter I feel very frightened, because always clenched tight boxers waiting for the earthquake stopped, but has been shaking…… The reporter said that the earthquake lasted longer than the 2010 earthquake in the evening, after the earthquake and aftershocks occurred. As of press time reporter (New Zealand time 14 0:58), since the first earthquake after the point of about 05 points, the large aftershocks were of the order of magnitude, level 3.8, level 5.6, level 5, level 6.1, level 5.3, level 5, and the magnitude of the magnitude of the magnitude of the magnitude of the magnitude of the magnitude of the magnitude of the magnitude of the magnitude of the magnitude of the earthquake was also observed at the level of 5.7. Grade 4, grade 6. According to a Christchurch police spokesman, according to a Christchurch police spokesman, Mr. Wang Hao said there were no calls for a loss. However, the police said in an e-mail release, the earthquake affected the emergency call 111 service, currently unable to work for 111. Saint John emergency agency said they had no reports of injuries to the quake. "We are monitoring the situation, but at the present stage, we are not launching our emergency operations center," they said. The New Zealand civil defense reiterated, "we encourage everyone to check their neighbors, family and friends, especially those living alone or frail people. "It’s important to have your emergency kit, torch and other emergency supplies ready." "Listen to the radio for the latest information. Try not to take up important telephone lines." (provided by the New Zealand correspondent Wang Hao)相关的主题文章: