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Earthquake History for September 13th

  •  M5.7 - Greece, 1986

    At least twenty people killed, about 300 injured, 2,500 homeless and 1,500 buildings damaged or destroyed (X) in the Kalamai area. Felt in Lakonia and on Zakinthos. Also felt at Athens and in central Greece.
    From Significant Earthquakes of the World, 1986.
  •  M6.3 - Japan, 1984

    At least 24 people killed and severe damage and landslides (IV JMA) in the Otaki area. Felt (IV JMA) at Iida and and Kofu; (III JMA) in the Tokyo-Yokohama, Kyoto-Nagoya and Nagano-Toyama areas; (II JMA) at Tateyama, Utsunomiya and on Oshima; (I JMA) at Ajiro, Mito, Aikawa and on Dogo.
    From Significant Earthquakes of the World, 1984.

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