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Saturday, July 23, 2011

Two 4,3 Magnitude Earthquakes hit Canterbury and Marlborough, New Zealand - 23rd July 2011

Reader Brought this to our attention:

Two shallow earthquakes measuring 4.3 on the Richter Scale struck the South Island today -- the first in Canterbury and the second in Marlborough.

GNS Science said the Canterbury quake hit 20km south of Darfield at 7.45am at a depth of 11km, while the Marlborough quake struck 50km northeast of Hanmer Springs at 12.33pm at a depth of 12km.

Both earthquakes were likely to have been felt in their respective regions, GNS said. Source

4.3 Magnitude Earthquake - 07:45 am Saturday 23rd July 2011 at a depth of 11 km - 20 km South of Darfield

4.3 Magnitude Earthquake - 12:33 pm Saturday 23rd July 2011 at a depth of 12 km - 50 km Northeast of Hanmer Springs