No massive damage has been reported following the 6.7 magnitude earthquake that jolted an area off the coasts of Hualien County in Taiwan at 13:01 Thursday.

The earthquake, which is the strongest one to rock Taiwan this year, lasted for about 10 seconds. The focus of the quake was monitored at a depth of 24 kilometers and the quake took place at 24.02 degrees north latitude and 121.65 degrees east longitude.!language=1


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