(CNN) — A 7.1-magnitude trembler struck only over 150 kilometers (93 miles) northwest off a seashore of Ternate, Indonesia, on Saturday, the U.S. Geological Survey reported.
The upheaval struck during 10:31 a.m. internal time during a abyss of 35 kilometers (21.7 miles), according to a USGS, that primarily called it a 7.3-magnitude quake.
It was centered 156 kilometers east-northeast of Bitung, Indonesia, and 164 kilometers west of Tobelo in a same South Asian nation.
The National Weather Service’s Pacific Tsunami Warning Center remarkable that a upheaval did not furnish any mortal tsunami waves, yet teenager sea turn fluctuations in some coastal areas were possible.
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