The epicenter of the tremors was located near the Indonesian city of Sibolga, where about 80 thousand residents live
On Tuesday, April 20, a strong earthquake of magnitude 6.0 was recorded off the coast of Indonesia — the strongest in recent times.
The center of the earthquake lay at a depth of 10 km, according to Volcano Discovery.
It is noted that the epicenter of the tremors was located at a distance of 304 km to the southwest of the Indonesian city of Sibolga, where about 80 thousand residents live.
There is no information about the victims yet.
By the way, natural disasters have become more frequent in Indonesia recently. East Timor has recently experienced flooding and landslides. As a result, at least 41 people were killed.
Also, recently in Indonesia on the island of Sumatra, the Sinabung volcano became active. On March 2, he threw out a new column of ash.
In addition, as previously written, in Indonesia, as a result of a strong earthquake on the island of Sulawesi, seven people were killed and hundreds were injured.