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article imageTwo earthquakes strike Indonesia, no damage reported

By Andrew Moran     Jan 25, 2010 in World
A 5.3 and 4.9 magnitude earthquake have struck Indonesia on Monday about 45 miles southeast of Sumatra Island. There have been no immediate reports of injuries, deaths or damages.
On Monday, a 5.3 magnitude earthquake struck the island of Sumatra in Indonesia, according to the United States Geological Survey, and the earthquake’s depth was measured at 20.5 miles. Independent Online notes that there have been no immediately reports of deaths, injuries or damages 57 miles southeast of Bengkulu.
Reuters reports that Monday’s earthquake happened in the same location where a devastating earthquake struck in September 2009.
The USGS also catalogued another earthquake on Monday in Indonesia and measuring at 4.9 in Kepulauan Talaud.
The quake’s depth measured at 26.8 miles.
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