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At least one person has been killed and 50 injured in a magnitude 7.2 earthquake in Taiwan.

At least one person died and 50 more were injured this Wednesday due to magnitude 7.2 earthquake degrees, which rocked the coast of Taiwan early this morning, the island’s fire service said.

The epicenter of the earthquake, which occurred at 7:58 Wednesday (Tuesday at 23:58 GMT), was located in the sea, 25 kilometers southeast of Hualien County (east), at a depth of 15.5 kilometers and caused the earthquake. tsunami warning on the islandThis was reported by the Central Meteorological Agency of Taiwan.

The movement also caused significant property damage, especially in Hualien, where at least two residential buildings partially collapsed, leaving people trapped inside.

Images published by official agency CNA show some of the worst-damaged buildings, which are left tilted up to 45 degrees and where emergency services are working to try to evacuate residents still inside.

In the three hours since the quake, several aftershocks have already occurred, hampering emergency response efforts and leaving hundreds of Taiwanese stranded on the streets and unable to return to their homes.

Local media also reported a massive landslide and rockfall in Xiuling, on the island’s east coast, and a warehouse collapse in New Taipei (north), injuring at least three people.

The President called on the population to remain calm

Residents of Taipei posted Chiang Kai-shek on social media.

Subways in the cities of Taipei, Taichung (north) and Kaohsiung (south) suspended service for almost an hour due to the earthquake, but have already resumed service, Taiwan’s official news agency CNA reported.

Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen, via Facebook, urged the public to remain calm, take extreme precautions and avoid using elevators due to the risk of possible aftershocks.

AMC Earthquake Monitoring Center director Wu Jianfu said at a press conference that this is the largest earthquake to hit Taiwan in 25 years since the magnitude 7.6 quake on September 21, 1999, killed 2,416 people. .

The official also warned of the possibility of tremors measuring between 6.5 and 7 degrees in the coming days from the earthquake, which had a magnitude of 7.2 according to Taiwan’s Central Meteorological Agency and 7.4 according to the US National Weather Service. Survey.

Tsunami warning in Japan

Japanese authorities also issued a tsunami warning for the Okinawa archipelago (southern Japan) with waves of up to 3 meters.

Taiwan’s Central Meteorological Agency (CMA) urged residents in coastal areas of the island to be vigilant and take measures to prevent possible sudden changes in sea levels.

There have been no official reports of casualties or property damage so far, although unverified images of partially collapsed buildings in Hualien, as well as landslides in areas of the island’s east coast, are already circulating on social media.

Taipei residents also posted on social media site X that the movement was strongly felt in the Taiwanese capital, where buildings shook continuously for more than a minute.

Subways in the cities of Taipei, Taichung and Kaohsiung suspended service for almost an hour due to the earthquake, Taiwan’s official news agency CNA reported.

According to the AMC, tremors with an intensity of more than 5 degrees were felt in Yilan (east) and Miaoli (north) counties, and with an intensity of 5 degrees in the cities of Taipei, New Taipei, Taoyuan and Hsinchu. county (north), in addition to the city of Taichung and the counties of Changhua and Nantou, in the east of the island.

Philippines activates tsunami warning

Philippine authorities activated a tsunami warning for the northern coast of the archipelago this Wednesday due to the earthquake. “Based on tsunami wave patterns (…), coastal areas of the Philippines facing the Pacific Ocean are expected to experience high waves,” the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology said in a statement.

The first waves are expected to arrive between 8:33 and 10:33 local time (0.33 and 2:33 GMT) and could last for several hours, the agency said.

Philippine authorities are advising residents of coastal areas in more than twenty provinces to “immediately leave” their homes and move “to higher areas inland.” (EFE)

Source: Aristegui Noticias

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