New Zealand earthquake: The quake went to a deepness of 10 km. Unsafe tsunami waves are possible for coastlines situated within 300 kilometers of the epicenter
A magnitude 7.1 earthquake struck in Kermadec Islands region, situated north of New Zealand, on Thursday early morning, according to a USGS statement.
The quake was at a depth of 10 km. Harmful tsunami waves are possible for coasts located within 300 kilometers of the center, the company claims in a different declaration.
There is no tidal wave danger to Australia, the country’s Bureau of Meteorology stated in a tweet.
Last Updated: 16 March 2023