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An earthquake struck the district of Morrumbala, in Zambezia province, central Mozambique, at about 2:00 p.m. yesterday.
The magnitude of the earthquake and its epicentre are unknown, but local residents confirm that the earth shook for 3 to 5 seconds, panicking the population.
The district administrator confirmed that he felt the earthquake while at home.
“I was sitting at home when I started to feel the furniture shaking, and the windows of the house too, but nothing fell,” Pedro Sapange told Diário da Zambézia.
Sapange said that he had already communicated what happened to the provincial government, and the district wanted to know what if any damage had been caused.Source: Folha de Maputo
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