M 6.4 Weber II Sun, May 13 1990

This earthquake was the second large shock to strike the Weber region in 1990, occurring 12 weeks after its predecessor.

Earthquake Details

When Sun May 13 1990 4:23 PM
Where 15 km south-west of Porangahau
Shaking Severe
Magnitude 6.4
Depth 30 km
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