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“Strange” Earthquake in Georgia
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 919411:MV8yMDIwMzQ1XzMzOTUxODg2XzNBNjU2RDQy] The two earthquakes that hit Georgia were a magnitude 4.5 earthquake in the Lagodekhi district (epicenter in the territory of Azerbaijan) and a magnitude 5.1 earthquake in the Kakheti region. http://en.trend.az/news/incident/2076533.html [/quote]
Inhabitants of Lagodekhi district of the Kakheti region of Eastern Georgia were awoken by “strange” shocks that they associated with explosions rather than with a natural phenomenon.
There were in fact 2 medium sized earthquakes on Georgia's Eastern border (with Azerbaijan) at the weekend, but these took place within minutes of each other in the middle of the day - one of which made my apartment block sway in Tbilisi.
Maybe there's some link but these are people who know what earthquakes feel like - and this felt different to them all.
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