Earthquake In Delhi : 6 People Died Due To House Collapse, Delhi, UP, Nepal

Earthquake In Delhi : 6 People Died Due To House Collapse, Delhi, UP, Nepal

Earthquake In Delhi 6 People Died

Earthquake In Delhi : 6 people were killed in a collapse of a house as an earthquake strikes Nepal and strong tremors rumble through Delhi-NCR.

There were two earthquakes and an aftershock that struck Nepal. Some tremors were quite strong in Delhi-NCR, as the second earthquake hit Nepal around 1.57 am.

Six people were killed and several injured after three tremors within the past 24 hours caused landslides in several regions of the Doti district, Nepal. the news agency ANI stated, Tremors of a strong nature were felt in Delhi and the NCR. The part wakes people up from sleep around 2 am. The National Seismological Centre of Nepal confirmed that there were three earthquakes in Nepal over the past 24 hours, including two earthquakes and an aftershock.

“The third powerful jolt, measuring 6.6 magnitudes that struck around 2.12 on Wednesday morning, caused the deaths of three persons when a home collapsed.” The deaths are reported from Gairagaun, Ram Prasad Upadhyay chairperson of Purbichauki Village Council 03 from Doti district, reported to ANI.

Numerous houses were damaged in the area. According to reports, dozens of houses have been damaged.

Earthquake In Delhi : People Tweets

The first earthquake, with a magnitude of 4.9, was felt in Nepal at about 8.52 pm. A second earthquake with a 6.3 magnitude was felt in Nepal at about 1.57 am. The tremors were felt deeply throughout Delhi, Ghaziabad, Noida, Gurugram and Lucknow. The epicentre for the earthquake that struck Nepal was located 90km southeast-southeast from Pithoragarh within Uttarakhand.

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Earthquake In Delhi 6 People Died

The Delhi Disaster Management Authority official informed HT that no calls had been received from the centre for emergency operations regarding any earthquake-related damage.

Social media users posted on Twitter to share their stories of shaking that they claimed were unheard of, although the Delhi-NCR region has been vulnerable to these tremors. Residents of high-rises shared photos of the ceiling fan shaking. Minister of the Union Meenakshi Lekhi tweeted, “Didn’t want to tweet, but one can safely say it did feel like an earthquake!”

The recent earthquakes that struck Nepal

The Himalayan state suffered massive losses because of devastating earthquakes. The year 2015 saw a powerful earthquake with a magnitude of 7.8 was felt in central Nepal that killed 8,964 people and injured more than 22,000. On this year’s October 19th, an earthquake of magnitude 5.1 was felt in Kathmandu. On July 31st, an earthquake of magnitude 6.0 hit Kathmandu.

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