According to the China Seismological Network, an earthquake of magnitude 5.2 occurred at 22:55 on October 12 in Beiliu City, Guangxi (22.18 degrees north latitude and 110.51 degrees east longitude), with a focal depth of 10 km.
The epicenter of the earthquake is located at the junction of Guangxi and Guangdong, and the two provinces have obvious earthquake sensation in many places.
The dormitory of a college students path in Nanning is located on the first floor. When the earthquake happened, she lay on the upper bed and played with her cell phone. She felt the bed shake five or six times obviously, but did not think it was an earthquake. Only when the window suddenly became busy, did she find that all the people in the building ran out and shouted earthquake.
After the earthquake, college students rushed out of their dormitories to provide pictures
Xiaolu said that apart from feeling the bed shaking, no attention was paid to the object being shaken down or shifted. The panicked students stayed outside for twenty minutes and then returned to their dormitories one after another.
At the same time, Mr. Hu, a resident of Zhanjiang, Guangdong, who lives on the 11th floor, felt a strong sense of vertigo.
I thought I was up and dizzy. My son said that the bookcase collided with the wall. It was an earthquake, so we hurried downstairs. Mr. Hu told the Beijing News that for fear of aftershocks, he went downstairs without taking the elevator and called his neighbors who had not left the building downstairs.
Source: Liu Yuxin_NBJS7825, responsible editor of Beijing News