Vanuatu Map: 7.2 Magnitude Quake Hits Vanatu – Tsunami Warning Called Off
UK Today News: Vanuatu Map: 7.2 Magnitude Quake Hits Vanatu – Tsunami Warning Called Off
Vanuatu Map: A 7.2 magnitude earthquake hit the Pacific island of Vanatu today. The US officials had warned the islands of Solomon, Vanatu and New Caledonia, that there may be a threat of a rising tsunami. But later the authorities cancelled the tsunami warning.
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According to the Pacific Tsunami Warning Center, they could not monitor any static change in the sea level or any tsunami readings, and even if there was a tsunami rising, the threat was outside the scope of the region. The epicenter of the quake was detected at 300 miles from the island of Port Villa, at a depth of 22 miles. It struck the region at 01:45:26 local time.
Local authorities of Vanatu are checking in for any signs of a tsunami in the area, but for the moment there seems to be no threat. The Pacific Tsunami Warning Center has also confirmed that Hawaii too doesn’t pose any danger from a tsunami.