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Q: Did Shenyang just get hit by an earth quake?

Did anyone else in Dongbei just feel that?

9 years 36 weeks ago in  Health & Safety - Shenyang

 
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Yes! I felt it, it happened at 12:18 PM. I am watching on CCTV now, the center was between Shenyang and LIaoyang and the scale was 5.1

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Wow! Nothing felt here in Beijing...

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Im in Fushun, and yes felt it here

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I didn't feel anything in Dalian. I was in the classroom on the 10th floor 

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Yeah, my apartment shook quite a lot up in Huanggu.  There was one in Yingkou at about this time last year.

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