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Sedgwick County, Wichita Multiple Earthquakes, Anybody Dead?

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The US Geological Survey declares that Sedgwick County, Wichita is shaken by multiple earthquakes on Saturday morning. People are worried if anybody is injured or dead.

The US Geological Survey declares that Sedgwick County, Wichita is shaken by multiple earthquakes.
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The very first earthquake was recorded around 11:42 am in the northeast of Eastborough. It was estimated at 2.6, as USGS has reported.

The next and third earthquakes, which are estimated at 3.5 and 3.4, were recorded about one hour later.

All three of certain earthquakes are determined in E. Wichita around 13th St.

Saturday’s incidents came after five low-intensity earthquakes were recorded near Wichita from Thanksgiving to December’s opening week.

As well as Mina Nevada Earthquake 5.5 Magnitude in a month ago, there are no instant reports of injury or death at this time, according to the USGS.


Sedgwick County, Wichita Multiple Earthquakes’ Seismicity

As we have already mentioned, the Kansas Geological Survey has stated the first earthquake recorded was a 3.0 magnitude, happened by a 2.9 magnitude hit at 12:40 pm and later a 3.7 magnitude 7 minutes later.

The USGS further affirmed the fourth earthquake nearby N. Greenwich and E. 21st St. The US Geological Survey announced this earthquake occurred at 12:52 pm and was measured as a 3.4 magnitude.

The US Geological Survey declares that Sedgwick County, Wichita is hit by multiple earthquakes.
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The USGS has affirmed the fifth earthquake at 1:18 pm; this one was recorded at 2.5 magnitudes and was placed north of E. 13th St. among N. Rock Rd and N Webb Rd.

This would be an updating story as we are continuing to observe the situation and update news as needed. So, follow US day NEWS for more details.


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People Want to Know about Eastborough Earthquakes Through Social Media

People are interested but worried bout the multiple earthquakes in Eastborough as they are following social media for more information.

A user tweeted: “Christmas star making its appearance next week for first time in 800 years.. just sayin lol”

“The Aftershocks is becoming a better name for a Wichita basketball team everyday. #earthquake”, The other shred.

Surprisingly, a user caught an earthquake on camera.


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