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StatusCrisis Alert DateApril 3, 2024 Region Taiwan

Taiwan Earthquake

Wednesday morning Taiwan was struck with a 7.4 magnitude earthquake of its east coast. 9 people were killed and 963 people were injured. The earthquake caused landslides and damaged buildings, it is also the largest quake to hit Taiwan in 25 years, but luckily struck in an area with a lower population density. Tsunami warnings were activated in the region, but quickly canceled as there was no evidence of increased wave activity.