6.1 magnitude earthquake

On April 18, 1:01pm, a 6.1 magnitude earthquake – centered 10.6 kilometers northwest of Hualien – struck Taiwan's eastern coast. 

Taiwan's National Fire Agency (NFA) confirmed that there were no immediate reports of any major injuries. NFA has dispatched helicopters to survey the quakes’ impact, but its initial assessment was that there was no major damage to infrastructure. Taiwan’s high speed rail network and Taipei’s MRT have suspended operation to survey potential damage.

We want to extend our wishes that all are safe from the rattling. Please be extra careful from the aftershocks that may occur throughout the day.



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