Taiwan rattled by quakes, no immediate reports of damage
TAIPEI — A 5.8 followed by a 6.2 magnitude earthquake struck eastern Taiwan on Sunday, the island’s weather bureau said, with no immediate reports of damage.
The first quake, which shook buildings in the capital Taipei, had a depth of 15 km (9.3 miles) with its epicenter in Hualien county on Taiwan’s eastern coast, the bureau said.
The second quake, shortly after the first one, had a depth of 14 km, also with its epicenter in Hualien, it said.
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