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10 Facts About The 30 september 1993 Latur Earthquake Which Killed 10,000 People
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25 years since the devastating Latur earthquakes that claimed over 10,000 lives
The 1993 Latur earthquake struck India at 3:56 am local time (UTC+05:30) on 30 September. The main area affected was Maharashtra State in Western India. The earthquake primarily affected the districts of Latur and Osmanabad, including the Ausa block of Latur and Omerga of Osmanabad. Fifty-two villages were demolished in the intraplate earthquake. It measured 8.2 on the moment magnitude scale, and approximately 10,000 people died, whilst another 30,000 were injured. The earthquake's hypocenter was around 10 km deep – relatively shallow – allowing shock waves to cause more damage.
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