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Geonet Earthquake Report Severe M5.7 30km East Of Seddon

Geonet Earthquake Report Severe M5.7 30km East Of Seddon

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Quake Details
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Public ID2013p537512
Universal TimeJuly 18 2013 at 21:06:39
NZ Standard TimeFriday, July 19 2013 at 9:06:39 am
Latitude, Longitude-41.55, 174.41
Intensity ?severe
Focal Depth8 km
Location30 km east of Seddon
Status ?reviewed
Quality ?best

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