5.7 magnitude earthquake rocks Taipei, shaking buildings


A 5.7 magnitude earthquake has rocked Taipei, the capital city of Taiwan, according to the Central Meteorological Bureau. Local witnesses reported a slight rocking of buildings in the city.
The quake’s epicenter was nearly 12km north of Taipei City Hall, at a depth of 140km. 
The tremors were reportedly felt in Taipei City, New Taipei City, and Yilan County.
5.7 magnitude earthquake rocks Taipei, shaking buildings

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