Massive Earthquake In Hindu Kush Region
The depth of earth has being reported as 250km but its focus was deep much further below the surface than the 7.8 quake which brought widespread destruction to eastern Nepal in April. That event was only 8km deep and was followed in early May by an aftershock with magnitude 7.3.
Similarly, the devastating 2005 Kashmir earthquake was magnitude 7.6 and just 26km deep. Today’s quake, at a depth of more than 200km, appears to have caused widespread but less severe ground shaking.
People in India has also felt the earthquake but no damages reported but it’s seem to be that people around the area have being evacuated and they expect more small quakes might still cause damage for the people. Rescue operation teams are trying to save the people who still caught in the building. People who live their says “It’s the biggest Earthquake that has hit in the past 30 years”