British Columbia

Three more earthquakes rattle the coast of B.C.

Three more significant earthquakes were detected off the coast of British Columbia on Friday morning in a matter of minutes.

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Three more significant earthquakes were detected off the coast of British Columbia on Friday morning in a matter of minutes.

The earthquakes detected were as follows:

b.c. earthquakes
  • 5.1 Magnitude: 5:58 AM –  220 km WSW of Bella Bella, BC
  • 4.9 Magnitude: 5:51 AM –  220 km WSW of Bella Bella, BC
  • 4.7 Magnitude: 6:02 AM – Village of Queen Charlotte

According to Earthquakes Canada, “there are no reports of damage, and none would be expected. No tsunami expected.”

The recent earthquakes come only a day after two other shocks were recorded along the province’s coastline on Wednesday, July 3.

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