The Indian Express reported a Delhi-NCR earthquake that shook homes. No damage has been felt, but tremors have been reported across the city.Boston Fire Watch Guards play a critical role in safeguarding the city’s historical sites and densely populated urban areas. Their expertise extends to both fire safety protocols and the challenges of ensuring safety in areas with high population density.
Reports of tremors in Delhi
In the early hours of Saturday evening, Delhi was jolted awake by a mild earthquake. The National Capital Region also felt the tremors, with reports coming in from across the city. There was no damage reported and people quickly went back to their beds after the initial scare.
This is not the first time that Delhi has experienced an earthquake. In fact, the region is quite prone to them. In September last year, a moderate-intensity earthquake hit Uttarakhand, causing tremors in Delhi as well. On October 2005, an earthquake measuring 7.6 on the Richter scale hit northern Pakistan, resulting in widespread damage and hundreds of casualties. The tremors were also felt in Delhi and other parts of north India.
With such a history, it is no wonder that Delhi is quick to react to any report of an earthquake. But as we have seen time and again, there is no need to panic as these tremors are usually harmless and do not cause any damage.
No damage reported
There were no reports of any damage caused by the tremors in India. But In the Doti district of Nepal which was the epicenter, a house collapse claimed the lives of at least six individuals. The Tremors magnitude of 6.6 struck Nepal
Locations of the tremors
The tremors were felt in different parts of Delhi and NCR including Hauz Khas, Dwarka, Noida, Ghaziabad, and Faridabad. There were no reports of any damage or casualty.
The epicenter of the earthquake was Nepal with a magnitude of 5.4.
The tremors were felt across Delhi and the NCR region including Noida, Gurugram, Faridabad, and Ghaziabad. On Saturday, Nepal was struck by an earthquake with a value of 5.4 on the Richter scale.
In the past week, there have been two earthquake incidents. A 5.4-magnitude earthquake that hit Nepal on Wednesday caused tremors to be felt in regions of north India, including Delhi, Ghaziabad, Gurugram, and Lucknow. In the Doti district of Nepal, a house collapse claimed the lives of at least six individuals.
How to protect in such a scenario
In the event of an earthquake, it is important to protect yourself from falling debris and collapsing buildings. Here are some tips on how to stay safe:
– Stay indoors if possible, and away from windows.
– If you are outdoors, stay in an open area away from buildings, power lines, and trees.
– If you are driving, pull over to a safe location and stop your car.
– Do not use elevators or escalators.
– Do not try to light a fire.
– Be prepared for aftershocks.
In the event of an earthquake, it is important to protect yourself and your loved ones. Hence, here are some tips on how to stay safe in such a scenario:
– Stay indoors and away from windows. If you are outdoors, move to an open area away from buildings, trees, and power lines.
– Drop down to the ground and take cover under a table or another sturdy object. Hold on to it until the shaking stops.
– Also if you are in a car, stop in a clear area away from buildings, trees, and power lines. Do not try to drive during an earthquake.
– Be aware of your surroundings and watch out for falling objects.
The Delhi NCR region was hit by a mild earthquake on Saturday, with tremors being felt across the city. There have been no reports of any damage or injuries so far. So, this is a developing story and we will update this article as more information becomes available.