April 10th – A magnitude 6.1 earthquake occurred in the waters south of Marang City, Indonesia. AFP quoted Indonesian disaster agencies as saying that the earthquake had killed six people. In addition, the earthquake also destroyed some buildings and the roofs of some residential houses collapsed.
According to media reports previously, at 14:00 local time on the 10th (15:00 Beijing time), a magnitude 6.1 earthquake occurred in the sea south of Malang City, Indonesia. The epicenter was located in the sea at 8.95 south latitude, 112.48 east longitude, and 90 kilometers southwest of Mayu City, with a focal depth of 25 kilometers. There is a strong earthquake in East Java Province, Indonesia, and Bali, Lombok and other places look at the sea.
According to the latest news from AFP, the Indonesian disaster agency said that the earthquake had killed six people.
In addition, in Marang City, some hospitals, government office buildings and other buildings have been damaged to varying degrees, and the roofs of some residents’ houses have collapsed.
Indonesia’s Meteorological, Climate and Geophysical Bureau said that although there were aftershocks, there was no risk of tsunami.