November 28, 2022

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16 earthquakes in Ica: alert in Peru due to a chain of strong earthquakes in the south of the country

Aika One reason is caution Registered earthquake chain Starting this Friday. The most recent occurred at 10:26pm and 11:08pm with magnitudes of 4.7 and 4.0 respectively.

The southern Peruvian region was hit yesterday evening at 5:52, 6:19, 6:35, 7:09 and 7:39, with magnitudes of 5.6, 4.8, 5.2, 5.8 and 4.5. The order was given. According to the National Seismic Center of Peru’s Institute of Geophysics (IGP), the sequence adds up to 16 telluric movements so far.

At 3:22 p.m., the strongest of the day occurred with an earthquake 111 kilometers southwest of the city. It is 26 kilometers deep, magnitude 5.9 and intensity V according to the IGP, who shared the symptoms in case of a possible emergency.

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The city was first shaken at 04:11 with a magnitude of 5.1. Its center is located 91 kilometers to the south-west. Since then, as indicated by the reports of the agency in charge of detecting disasters, there has been a series of movements that have increased in intensity.

We list them below:

– An earthquake of 4.6 Richter magnitude occurred at 04:16 hrs

– At 05:56 hours, one of magnitude 4.5

– At 07:19 hours, one of magnitude 4.1

– At 09:21 hrs, one at magnitude 5.0

– At 1:52 pm, magnitude 1 of 4.0

– At 2:16 pm, a magnitude of 4.4

-At 2:19 pm, a magnitude of 4.9

Hernando Tavera, the executive head of the IGP, explained in a statement that earthquakes that occur during the day are part of the dynamics of the Earth’s evolution and therefore they can “occur at any time and at any time” in the territory. In fact, “they will continue to happen,” he added.

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Experts have explained that this earthquake has occurred Because of contact collision between Nazca and South American tectonic plates.

“The coastal zone has a frequency of earthquakes of different magnitudes, and even the highest magnitude earthquakes occurred in the Iga region. For example, earthquakes in 1942, 1996 and 2007,” he noted.

The Navy’s Directorate of Hydrography and Navigation noted that the most recent 5.9-magnitude earthquake “did not generate a tsunami warning.” Mayor of Iga Province, Emma Mejia, is indicated PTR No sequel yet.

“We are working with the civil defense area, other administrations with the team attached to the COER to look at any event. There are no material losses so far, but we have to be cautious in this situation that comes more or less from 4 am,” the mayor said.

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For its part, Caesar GillenThe Director of Ica’s Regional Emergency Operations Center (COER) noted that there was no damage to infrastructure either.

Peru is located in the region Pacific Ring of Fire, 85% of the world’s seismic activity is recorded. In 2007, Pisco (Ica) experienced one of the most severe earthquakes in recent years, surpassed only by the 2001 Arequipa earthquake.

The earthquake had a magnitude of 8.0 on the Richter scale and a maximum intensity of IX on the Mercalli scale and lasted for 3 minutes and 30 seconds.

600 people died, 1,300 were injured, 48,000 houses were completely destroyed and rendered uninhabitable, and 450,000 people were affected. Apart from Lima, the most affected areas were the provinces of Pisco, Ica, Chinza, Canate, Yaos, Huaitara and Castrovirrena.

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The devastating scale also caused massive damage to infrastructure that provides basic services to people such as water and sanitation, education, sanitation and communication. Also, in El Carmen (Sincha), houses were completely destroyed.

On a day like today, November 28, is assumed Lima was the largest earthquake in history and second in Peru. It was in 1746, on the central coast of the Viceroyalty.

According to the testimonies of the time, it is noticeable on several occasions that the disaster was approaching, and 23 days earlier the sailors observed the ignition discharges that appeared to have sunk the Gallao.

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