On August 29, Chinanews.com reported that on the 29th local time, several earthquakes hit the Bali Hai region in Indonesia. People affected by the strong earthquake fled the buildings. Fortunately, there are no reports of property damage or casualties yet.
According to official data from the China Seismic Network: On August 29 at 3:55 a.m., an earthquake of magnitude 7.1 (6.80 degrees south latitude, 116.60 degrees east longitude) occurred in Balihai, Indonesia, with a focal depth of 520 degrees. kilometers; in Balihai (7.15 degrees south latitude, 117.20 degrees east longitude) an earthquake of magnitude 5.9 occurred with a focal depth of 470 kilometers.
According to Reuters, citing the European Mediterranean Seismological Center (EMSC), on the 29th local time, a strong earthquake of magnitude 7.0 struck in the northern waters of the islands of Bali and Lombok in Indonesia. The epicenter was 203 kilometers north of Mataram in Indonesia, at a depth of 516 kilometers. The earthquake did not cause a tsunami.
According to reports, people affected by the earthquake ran out of the building. Guests ran out of their rooms seconds after the quake was felt, a Bali hotel manager told Reuters. But later they returned, and the hotel was not damaged.
The Singapore newspaper Lianhe Zaobao reported that there were no reports of property damage or casualties. Some people have posted videos on social media showing shaking during the earthquake.
(Responsible editor: Wang Qin)