Small earthquake reported in Solomon Islands
Friday, April 6, 2007
The epicenter was located 40 km [25 miles] south east of Gizo, New Georgia Islands in the Solomon Isle.
It is not known if there is any damage associated with the tremor, but shake maps from the USGS say that "light to moderate" damage could be reported.
On April 4, a magnitude 6.2 earthquake struck the same area. Before that, two quakes measuring 6.0 struck in roughly the same area. There were no reports of damage with any of those quakes. These follow the massive 8.1 magnitude quake that struck on April 1 that triggered a tsunami killing at least 15 people.
- "6.2 earthquake reported in Solomon Islands" — Wikinews, April 4, 2007
- "Strong earthquake near Solomon Islands, tsunami reported" — Wikinews, April 1, 2007
- "Magnitude 5.5 - SOLOMON ISLANDS" — , April 6, 2007