Strange quakes reported in Okinawa, “feel like something exploded”


From 3/19 to 21, strange quakes were reported in Okinawa. From the survey of Okinawa times, it’s intermittently observed at least in 7 cities. Residents report windows and furniture rattle though there is no wind, or they feel quakes like there was some explosion but there is no sound.
Residents state it happens mainly from 20:00 to 21:00.

Okinawa Meteorological Observatory comments the seismograph didn’t indicate anything, the reason of the quakes is not identified.



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Étranges secousses à Okinawa : “On dirait que quelque chose a explosé”


Entre le 19 et le 21 mars, d’étranges séismes ont été rapportés à Okinawa. Des recherches de l’Okinawa Times, ça a été ressenti de façon intermittente dans au moins 7 villes. Les habitants rapportent que les fenêtres et les meubles bougeaient alors qu’il n’y avait pas de vent, ou ils ont ressenti une secousse comme s’il y avait eu une explosion mais il n’y a pas eu de bruit.
Les habitants affirment que ça se passe surtout entre 20:00 et 21:00.

L’Okinawa Meteorological Observatory déclare que les sismographes n’ont strictement rien enregistré, la cause des secousses n’est pas identifiée.

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