Southern Pakistan struck by another strong earthquake

The Extinction Protocol

Pakistan Sept 28
September 28, 2013PAKISTAN Several cities of Pakistan’s Sindh and Balochistan provinces were on Saturday hit by a massive aftershock measuring 6.8, three days after a 7.7 magnitude earthquake struck the region killed over 500 people. Pakistan’s Met office measured the earthquake at 7.2, while the US Geological Survey (USGS) recorded it at 6.8 on the Richter Scale. Tremors were felt in provincial capitals Karachi and Quetta. All the local television channels showed people rushing out of their offices in Karachi after the latest tremors. “The tremors were not so strong as last time but one could still feel the chairs moving and tables shaking,” Adnan Ahmed a employee of a media group said. Zahid Rafi, director of the National Seismic Centre, said that the origin of this earthquake was once again Awaran. “But these were more like strong aftershocks and more can be expected,” he said…

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