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Magnitude 4.3 earthquake jolts central Taiwan

Christian Fernsby ▼ | February 19, 2020
A magnitude 4.3 earthquake struck Nantou County in central Taiwan at 7:55 p.m. today, although some reported it was 4.6.
Town of Puli
Earthquake   Town of Puli
The latest quake’s epicenter was located in the town of Puli, 33.5 kilometers northeast of the Nantou County Government, according to the Central Weather Bureau. The tremor struck at a depth of 16.3 kilometers.

Topics: Earthquake Taiwan

The quake registered an intensity of 3 on Taiwan’s 7 point scale at Mount Hehuan, a popular tourist destination and one of the rare spots in Taiwan where locals can witness snowfall.