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Residents of Kamchatka Village Woke by Earthquake
An earthquake struck Kamchatka on Monday morning, September 16. The epicenter was located in 23 km east of the village of Ust-Kamchatsk.
According to the press service of the regional GU EMERCOM of Russia, local residents felt the tremors from the earthquake. Near the village, the intensity was one or two points. In general, experts rated the magnitude of seismic events at 4,5 points - this is classified as a rather strong impact.
As a result of the natural phenomenon, no one was hurt, and no damage was found to buildings and residential buildings. In other settlements of Kamchatka, an earthquake was not felt.