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An earthquake occurred in the north of Sakhalin

An earthquake occurred in the north of Sakhalin
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On the morning of Friday, February 7, an earthquake occurred in northern Sakhalin. Its magnitude was 3,3 points.

As the Interfax referring to the Sakhalin branch of the Unified Geophysical Service of the Russian Academy of Sciences, the earthquake occurred at 07:34 local time. Its epicenter was located 99 km southeast of the city of Okha at a depth of five km.

In the settlements of the island did not feel tremors. No complaints from residents.

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