Strong Quake Rocks Southeast Taiwan, No Reports of Damage

TAIPEI—A strong earthquake of magnitude 6.4 shook southeastern Taiwan on Saturday but there were no immediate reports of damage and no power outages.
The quake had a depth of 7.3 kilometers (4.5 miles) with its epicenter in Taitung county, a sparsely populated part of the island, the Taiwan weather bureau said.
Taitung county commissioner April Yao wrote on her Facebook page the quake was “extremely strong”, while the official Central News Agency showed a picture of bottles that had been shaken off their shelves in a Taitung shop.
Taiwan’s fire department said it had yet to receive any reports of damage. State-run utility Taipower said there was no interruption to electricity supply on Taiwan’s east coast….

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