Earthquake in Pakistan reported 12 Feb 2021

Earthquake in Pakistan reported 12 Feb 2021

Magnitude estimated 4.0 or higher, Earthquake in pakistan
Magnitude estimated 6.4 or higher, Earthquake in pakistan

We are receiving unverified early reports of seismic activity in and around Pakistan at approximately 17:02 GMT. There are no details yet on the magnitude or depth of this earthquake. We expect more accurate data to emerge in the next few minutes. The location and magnitude mentioned are indicative and temporary until the All Quakes monitoring service receives more exact scientific data from a national or international seismological agency. Check back here shortly and stay safe. ( Source )

Date & time: 12 Feb 2021 17:02:32 UTC – 12 minutes ago
Local time at epicenter: Friday, 12 Feb 2021 10:02 pm (GMT +5)
Magnitude: estimated 4.0 or higher
Depth: 10.0 km
Epicenter latitude / longitude: 30°N / 70°E 

Several parts of Pakistan were shaken by a 6.4 magnitude earthquake, including Lahore, Islamabad, and Peshawar, on Friday evening.

Mansehra, Balakot, Muzaffarabad, Neelum Valley, Jhelum, Multan, Sargodha, and other regions also felt the tremors. A town in Tajikistan was the epicenter of the earthquake, while its depth has been reported as 80 km.
People were panicking out of their homes and began to recite verses from the Holy Quran. So far, no loss of life or property has been confirmed due to the earthquake.

Magnitude estimated 6.4 or higher, Earthquake in pakistan

It is important to note here that after 1.5 years, such a high-intensity earthquake struck Pakistan, and Azad Jammu and Kashmir sustained considerable damage during the previous incident.
Meanwhile, in India, a 6.1-magnitude earthquake hit Punjab on Friday at 10:34 pm, sending tremors through northern India, including Delhi and parts of Uttar Pradesh.

There was no direct evidence, however, of property damage or injuries.

Nearest volcano: Tor Zawar (247 km / 153 mi)
Weather at epicenter at time of quake:
Overcast Clouds 11.6°C (53 F), humidity: 42%, wind: 0 m/s (0 kts) from NNWPrimary data source: VolcanoDiscovery

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