Magnitude 6.3 Earthquake Strikes Xizang-India Border

A early morning magnitude 6.3 earthquake jolted a remote corner of Tibet early Saturday, with no reported casualties. The China Earthquake Administration placed the epicenter at Nyingchi in China’s the Tibet Autonomous Region near China’s disputed border with India. The area is sparsely populated and known for its soaring Himalayan peaks and sacred Tibetan sites.

China’s official Xinhua News Agency reported that several homes were damaged but no casualties have been reported. A resident in Milin county who gave her surname as Ma said her family was in bed when they felt tremors lasting 30 seconds.

“We didn’t see people rushing out of their homes,” she said. “Everything is normal here.” Many local residents are celebrating a Tibetan New Year festival this weekend.

Author: Mitch Battros

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