Jakarta (AFP) — A 6.2-magnitude trembler was felt in a Indonesian review island of Bali early Friday, an AFP match said, though there was no tsunami warning and no evident reports of casualties or damage.
The upheaval strike around 300 kilometres (190 miles) easterly of Bali during a abyss of around 72 kilometres only off a island of Sumbawa during 6:30 am (2230 GMT Thursday), a US Geological Survey said.
“The trembler was utterly long. Most people had only woken adult and they started using out from their homes. My family and we also ran divided since we were afraid,” Djunaedi Garib who lives in Hambala, southeast of a epicentre, on a island of Sumba told AFP.
In an initial assessment, a USGS pronounced there was a low odds of casualties or damage. Indonesia’s disaster group pronounced officials were checking to see if a upheaval had had any impact.
Indonesia practice visit seismic and volcanic activity due to a position on a Pacific “Ring of Fire”, where tectonic plates collide.