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Topic # 96730 3-Feb-2012 07:04
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A big one, but 200km deep

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  Reply # 576617 3-Feb-2012 07:28
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Yes, in Feilding. It woke me up and shook the house a fair bit.

Reference Number 3652676
Universal Time: February 2 2012 at 18:00
NZ Daylight Time: Friday, February 3 2012 at 7:00 am
Latitude, Longitude: 40.18°S, 173.54°E
Focal Depth: 200 km
Richter magnitude: 5.7
Region: South Taranaki Bight
  • 90 km south of Opunake
  • 90 km north of French Pass
  • 90 km south-west of Hawera
  • 160 km north-west of Wellington

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  Reply # 576621 3-Feb-2012 07:44
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No, I was motorbicycling round the bays at that time :-)

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  Reply # 576623 3-Feb-2012 07:55
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Just a wobble in lower hutt

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  Reply # 576634 3-Feb-2012 08:18
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A jolt and rocking for about 10 seconds in Kapiti.

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