Shopkeeper of earthquake in Beiliu, Guangxi: Some diners are still eating

 Shopkeeper of earthquake in Beiliu, Guangxi: Some diners are still eating

On the evening of October 12, a magnitude 5.2 earthquake occurred in Beiliu City, Guangxi. Many local residents felt the earthquake and took refuge in broad platforms such as roads. Many residents in Beiliu told Xinjing News that they were taking shelter outdoors after the earthquake.

According to the China Seismological Network, an earthquake of magnitude 5.2 occurred at 22:55 on October 12 in Beiliu City, Yulin City, Guangxi (22.18 degrees north latitude and 110.51 degrees east longitude), with a focal depth of 10 km. The epicenter of the second earthquake is located at the junction of Guangxi and Guangdong, and there are obvious earthquake sensations in many parts of the two provinces. Towns and towns within 20 kilometers of the epicenter include Donghua Town, Liujing Town, Shiwo Town, Qingwan Town, Yueyi Town, Shapo Town, Qinghu Town and Baima Town.

Mr. Luo, a local resident of Beiliu City, told the Beijing News that his family lived on the 2nd floor. When he looked at his cell phone, he suddenly felt that the house was shaking. He ran downstairs with his family and was now taking refuge in an open space. Mr. Luo said that he felt the earthquake was not very serious, just shaking a few times, but he was still taking refuge with many neighbors.

A shopkeeper in Beiliu grilled fish restaurant told the Beijing News that many customers were eating in the restaurant when the earthquake struck. After the discovery of the earthquake, customers were relatively orderly, and some people had gone to the open space to avoid danger. She felt that the earthquake was not serious, the store was still open normally, and some of the diners were eating in an orderly manner.

Source: Liu Yuxin_NBJS7825, responsible editor of Beijing News