Indonesia says tsunami possible after quake off Sulawesi


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JAKARTA (INDONESIA): Indonesia's geophysics company stated a tsunami is feasible after a robust earthquake struck Friday east of Sulawesi island.
The US Geological Survey stated the quake, which was centered at a depth of 17 kilometers (10.5 miles), had a magnitude of 6.eight.
The epicenter of the quake is way from the central Sulawesi metropolis of Palu, which was devastated by an earthquake and tsunami in September, nevertheless it was felt there and triggered individuals to run into the streets in panic.
Indonesia is vulnerable to earthquakes and volcanic eruptions on account of its location on the seismically lively Pacific "Ring of Hearth."
Greater than four,400 individuals have been killed within the Palu catastrophe.
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