Written by Reuters
19 Aug, 2018 | 5:45 pm
Reuters – Residents fled in panic after an earthquake of 6.3 magnitude struck Indonesia’s Lombok on Sunday (August 19).
USGS estimated the depth of the latest tremor at 7.9 km (4.9 miles) and said the epicenter was on the north-eastern shoulder of the island at the foot of Mount Rinjani.
There was no tsunami warning. Disaster mitigation agency, spokesman Sutopo Purwo Nugroho said on a Twitter post that there were no reports so far of casualties.
Stone rocks fall down the slopes of the hills and Mount Rinjani due to a 6.5 magnitude earthquake shock. In the Sembalun district of East Lombok, there were no casualties, some houses were damaged
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