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Earthquake tremors were felt in several parts of Mayurbhanj district

Bhubaneswar:20/4/19: Mild tremors were felt in several parts of Mayurbhanj district early this morning after an earthquake of 4.0 magnitude struck Jharkhand.

As per reports, the tremors were felt in Rairangpur, Bisoi, Gorumahisani, Bijatala and Bahalada areas of the district at around 6.20 am. The tremors lasted for a few seconds triggering panic among the residents in the areas. However, no casualty or loss of property has been reported so far.As per the Regional Meteorological Centre, the epicenter of the earthquake was at Kharsawan in Saraikela district of Jharkhand.

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