Earthquake today: Solomon Islands, Indonesia and Japan suffers HUGE quakes as 6.2 tremors…(Shutdowns Of Both Systems Continue…)

Friday, November 16, 2018
By Paul Martin

HUGE earthquakes has erupted around the world today across the volatile Ring of Fire. Here are the biggest earthquakes erupted today.

Fri, Nov 16, 2018

Tremors have been felt around the Ring of Fire today, resulting in magnitude 6.0 and higher earthquakes. Some of the countries affected includes the Solomon Islands, Indonesia and Japan among others. The seismic activity has not caused any lost lives, but residents felt the earth shake as a result of the tremors.

Solomon Islands – Magnitude 6.2 earthquake

A powerful magnitude 6.2 quake hit approximately 100 miles east of Kira Kira, Solomon Islands Friday.

The United States Geological Survey (USGS) reported the premie had a depth of 20 miles (33km) and struck at 3.26am GMT.

The earthquake’s epicentre was 132 km (82.3 miles) west of Kira Kira, which has a population of 11,222.

The earthquake’s epicentre was 132 km (82.3 miles) west of Kira Kira, which has a population of 11,222.

It is located on the north coast of Makira, the largest island of the province.

The Solomon Islands are located in the volatile Ring of Fire region, 1,700 miles northeast of the Australian coast.

The National Weather Service has not issued a tsunami warning, advisory, watch or threat as a result of the earthquake.

The Solomon Islands are in the dangerous Ring of Fire – a long chain of volcanoes and earthquakes around the edge of the Pacific Ocean.

Indonesia – Magnitude 4.7 earthquake

The tremor struck at 9.28am GMT and had a depth of 46.2 miles (74.4km).

The epicentre was located 96 miles (155km) northeast of Bitung, Indonesia.

Bitung is a city in northern Sulawesi, which was recently struck by massive earthquakes, resulting in the deaths of at least 2,100 people.

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