Earthquake tremors in Indonesia, 6.4 recorded intensity
Earthquake tremors have been felt once again in the west Java of Indonesia. Some people on social media have given information about the tremors of this earthquake. So the same officials are assessing the damage caused by this earthquake.
A 6.4 magnitude earthquake occurred in the western Java area of Indonesia on Saturday. Shocks were also felt in Jakarta. The country's Geophysics agency BMKG said the earthquake in Indonesia was at a depth of 118 km (73 mi). The agency said there was no possibility of a tsunami in the earthquake in the West Java region.
No damage or casualties have been reported so far. Some people on social media said that they felt a sharp tremor from the earthquake. Officials in the town of Garut, about 50 km (30 mi) from Upriyendra, said that they are now investigating it. Officials said they are also assessing the damage caused by the earthquake. At the same time, no warning has been issued regarding the tsunami in view of the intensity of the earthquake.
Last month, there was a mild earthquake of 5.6 magnitudes in Sianjur in West Java, killing more than 300 people. About 700 people were also injured in this earthquake. Out of these, the bones were broken due to the people who have been pressed into the debris of the building.