Another earthquake in Nepal strikes again

Another earthquake in Nepal strikes again

Nepal was struck again. Another powerful earthquake Made Nepal’s situation even worse after the last month’s earthquake that brought chaos and ruins through all the country.

Nepal is suffering from another powerful cataclysm that took place this Tuesday.

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Nepal was struck again. Another powerful earthquake Made Nepal’s situation even worse after the last month’s earthquake that brought chaos and ruins through all the country. The new quake was 7.3 magnitude powerful and officials already reported about 20 people dead and nearly 1000 injured. The center of the quake was at 68 km west of Namche Bazaar, near Tibet and mount Everest. Experts say that the earthquake could have been felt as far as Bangladesh and India. Thousands of people left their swinging buildings and gathered outside.

Consequences of the new earthquake

Consequences of the new earthquake

Nepal is still recovering from the previous disaster, when more than 8,000 people were killed and nearly 18,000 injured not even mentioning about the destruction all over the country. Also 18 people died because of the avalanche that was caused by the quake. Luckily, this time, there weren’t any climbers at the Base Camp on Mount Everest as they left earlier.

Bhaktapur people, gathered on the streets after the quake

Bhaktapur people, gathered on the streets after the quake

In the meantime, the rescue teams that were dealing with the consequences of the first quake are thinking about going back.

The witnesses of the catastrophe, Susan Perez from Madrid and her husband were travelling to Island Peak and were about to reach Lukla. But they were stopped by the cataclysm.

We saw how the mountain in front falling down

– said Susan.

Other witnesses also reported about the 6.3 magnitude quake in Kathmandu that took place around 12:30 on Tuesday.

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