A brand new 6.3 magnitude earthquake stroke off New Zealand on Saturday following a collection of highly effective tremors recorded earlier this week, the US Geological Survey (USGS) mentioned.
The earthquake was registered at 00:16 GMT, with the epicenter situated at a depth of 9 kilometers (over 5 miles) 181 kilometers northeast of the town of Gisborne.
There aren’t any reviews about any victims or harm attributable to the earthquake. No tsunami alert has been declared.
Within the previous a number of days, a lot of highly effective earthquakes have been recorded off New Zealand, together with a tremor with an 8.1 magnitude on late Thursday. The authorities instructed residents of the coastal areas of the North Island to evacuate over a tsunami risk however no main waves hit the island.
(With ANI inputs)