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Wednesday, January 4, 2017

Planet X Incoming; Another Huge Quake in Fiji

HUGE 7.0 magnitude earthquake hits RING OF FIRE

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Mysterious booms being heard too...

AN earthquake measuring 7.0 on the Richter scale has ripped through the Ring of Fire sparking a tsunami warning for the region.


The huge quake hit 176 miles southwest of Fiji's capital, Suva.
The US Geological Survey (USGS) said the earthquake hit at a shallow depth of 9.4 miles (15 km).
Initially the USGS said the quake was 7.2, before downgrading the size to 7.0 magnitude.
 

People in the region were warned to stay alert as the quake triggered a tsunami warning, athough the Pacific Tsunami Warning Centre (PTWC) have since claimed there is no longer a risk.
A statement from the centre said: “There is no longer a tsunami threat from this earthquake...remain observant and exercise normal caution near the sea.”
A huge earthquake has hit Fiji triggering a tsunami warningTWITTER/ GETTY
A huge earthquake has hit Fiji triggering a tsunami warning
 
Immediately after the eathrquake struck, the USGC said in a statement: “An earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 7.2 occurred south of the Fiji islands.
“Based on preliminary earthquake parameters hazardous tsunami waves are possible for coasts located with 300km (186miles) of the earthquake epicentre.
“Government agencies responsible for threatened coastal areas should take action to inform and instruct any coastal populations at risk in accordance with their own evaluation.
“Persons located in threatened coastal areas should stay alert for information and follow instructions from national and local authorities.” 
The quake struck off the coast of Fiji at 9.52pm GMT
The quake struck off the coast of Fiji at 9.52pm GMT
 
Sune Gudnizt, head of the United Nations' Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs told Reuters by telephone, said: "We felt it ever so slightly in Suva.”
It comes days after a huge earthquake struck 100 miles off the coast of Papua New Guinea sparking a tsunami warning for the region as tsunami waves hit the Solomon Islands.
The 7.9 magnitude earthquake struck 97.5miles east of Rabaul, Papua New Guinea on December 17 causing tsunami waves to hit the Solomon Islands.
Quakes are common in the region which sits on the Pacific's Ring of Fire, a hotspot for seismic activity due to friction between tectonic plates.

It comes after a  sparking fears that deadly earthquakes and tsunamis could destroy the region.
The exposed fault on the sea floor, which is some 60,000 square kilometres in size, was found north of Australia.
The Ring of Fire is the largest and most active fault line in the world, stretching from New Zealand, all around the east coast of Asia, over to Canada and the USA and all the way down to the southern tip of South America.
A sudden slip of a tectonic plate now could lead to one of the largest earthquakes in history and spark mega-tsunamis.

UPDATE Powerful 7 2 Earthquake Off Fiji Triggers Tsunami Warning Within 300km Radius 

 

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