After two 4.1 magnitude quakes struck earlier in the day, Yilan gets jolted by a 4.5 magnitude quake in the evening
By: Keoni Everington, Taiwan News, Staff Writer
A magnitude 4.5 earthquake struck eastern Taiwan late Tuesday evening, according to the Central
Weather Bureau (CWB). Two magnitude 4.1 quakes had previously struck in quick succession earlier that day.
There were no immediate reports of injuries or damage resulting from the temblor.
The quake occurred at 11:10 p.m. and its epicenter was located 36 kilometers southeast of Yilan County at a depth of 26.1 kilometers, according to CWB data.
An intensity level of 3 was felt in Yilan County, while the intensity level of 2 was felt in Hualien and Yilan counties, and an intensity level of 1 was reported in Nantou County, Taipei City, Central Taipei City, and Hsinchu County. [FULL STORY]