A magnitude 7.1 earthquake struck in Kermadec Islands area, positioned north of New Zealand, on Thursday morning, in accordance with a USGS assertion.
The quake was at a depth of 10 km. Hazardous tsunami waves are attainable for coasts positioned inside 300 kilometers of the epicenter, the company says in a separate assertion.
There is no such thing as a tsunami risk to Australia, the nation’s Bureau of Meteorology stated in a tweet.
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