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Topic # 25576 26-Aug-2008 00:03
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Hi,

there was a quake at 11.25pm this evening just south of Hastings - the geonet.org.nz readings are still there - pretty interesting, 1st time I've managed to see a quake reading soonish after its happened.

Any damage up the coast?

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  Reply # 159751 26-Aug-2008 00:10
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I live in Havelock North, (8 k's out of Hastings) and I defiantly felt it, some things fell down but nothing major.

Just after the main quake I started recording video and got a mini after shock but nothing to interesting :( (You can never be to sure Laughing)

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  Reply # 159866 26-Aug-2008 13:08
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Only one breakage, I was up till around 1ish cleaning up the remains of a Galileo thermometer. Was a big'un though... pretty scary.




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  Reply # 159871 26-Aug-2008 13:27
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It was pretty big. I launched into my sons room, 18 month old was a bit disoriented by it and didnt get back to sleep till 2am.

No damage at home or work. (Both central Hastings)




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