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Deadly Quake Destroys 2 Villages in SW Iran

Posted by feww on April 9, 2013

Dozens of villagers killed and hundreds more injured after M6.3 earthquake strikes SW Iran

The mainshock, centered at 28.500°N, 51.591°E, struck at a shallow depth of about 10km, Tuesday, April 09, 2013 at 11:52:50 UTC, USGS/EHP reported.

  • The quake struck about 89 km (55 miles) SE of Bandar Bushehr, Iran,  south of the country’s nuclear power station; however, the nuclear plant was not damaged, officials have said.
    • “The earthquake in no way affected the normal situation at the reactor, personnel continue to work in the normal regime and radiation levels are fully within the norm,” an spokesperson for Atomstroyexport, the Russian company which built the facility, told RIA Novosti.
  • Mainshock was followed by at least two dozen aftershocks, 12 of them measuring larger than 4.0Mw including 7 ≥ 4.5Mw, as of posting.
  • The quake swarm has killed at least 32 people, injuring more than 850 and affecting at least 10,000 people in 50 villages.
  • At least 2 villages were leveled by the shocks.
  • Tremors were felt throughout the region, shaking high-rises in Dubai, Doha, Manama and parts of Saudi Arabia, according to local reports.

Earthquake Location Map. Source: GEOFON Extended Virtual Network (GEVN)

Earthquake Fatalities in Iran

  • Last 10 years: About 32,000
  • Last 50 years: ~ 130,000
  • Since 856 AD: ~ 500,000


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Mass die-offs resulting from human impact and the planetary response to the anthropogenic assault could occur by early 2016.

  • SYMBOLIC COUNTDOWN: 1,068 Days Left to ‘Worst Day’ in the brief Human  History
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