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Earthquake Tremor in Sikkim After Exactly a Year From Last Year’s Devastation

by Blaber Blogger on 18/09/12 at 10:16 am

There was a massive earthquake in Sikkim and areas of North Bengal and Darjeeling district on September 2011 which was quite destructive. After exactly a year, earthquake tremor felt today, at Gangtok, Sikkim and parts of Darjeeling district.

      A slight tremor of earthquake was felt in Sikkim and parts of darjeeling district today evening. It was exactly this time of the year last year when a massive earthquake took place with its epicentre in Sikkim causing devastation in Sikkim and Darjeeling district.

       Today, after a year, a sudden slight earthquake tremor was felt. People possibly did panic, after what happened last year with people coming out of their houses with fear. While people gathered in the open when the earthquake took place, the earthquake didn’t seem violent like last year’s. No electric power has been noticed and mobile network seem to be down. While until now, no possible damage has been noticed. Hope everyone is safe in Sikkim and Darjeeling from this earthquake.

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Sep 18th, 2012

Wonderful article really enjoyed the read.
Best Wishes

Martin Kloess

Sep 18th, 2012

Well done thank you for sharing.

Blaber Blogger

Sep 18th, 2012

@ stevetheblogger
well thank yu

Blaber Blogger

Sep 18th, 2012

@ Martin Kloess

Lynn Hollis

Sep 22nd, 2012

I am glad it was not another massive earthquake, but I am sure it was very frightening for those residents.

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