No tremors in S'pore from magnitude-7.4 Taiwan quake

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A magnitude-7.4 earthquake that struck the capital of Taiwan on the morning of April 3 is unlikely to affect Singapore. According to an alert released by the National Environment Agency’s (NEA) mobile app myENV at about 8.20am on April 3, there were no reports of tremors...

A magnitude-7.4 earthquake that struck the capital of Taiwan on the morning of April 3 is unlikely to affect Singapore.

The earthquake was detected around 3,160km north-east of Singapore in Taiwan at 7.58am Singapore time, and a tsunami may be generated near the epicentre, said the alert.

 

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