4.7 quake 123 km west of Hanoi, Hà Nội, Vietnam, July, 27 2020 05:14 GMT

Moderate magnitude 4.7 earthquake at 10 km depth
4.7 quake 123 km west of Hanoi, Hà Nội, Vietnam, July, 27 2020 05:14 GMT
4.7 quake 123 km west of Hanoi, Hà Nội, Vietnam, July, 27 2020 05:14 GMT

Earthquake data (GFZ)

More infoDate & Time: Mon, 27 Jul 05:14:51 GMT
Hypocenter depth: 10.0 km
Magnitude: 4.7

Latest user reports about this quake:

  • Hanoi center: I was on the phone, sitting on my bed and I start rocking. I tell my friend and he tells me it could be an earthquake but I dismissed it thinking it was something that must have hit the building. Then I saw the news, first time I felt an earthquake! (Weak shaking (MMI III))
  • Ba Dinh, Hanoi: I threw some clothes and my passport into my backpack. A plastic bottle fell over at my friend's house. (Weak shaking (MMI III))
  • Hanoi - Dong Da, Van Cheong Lake area: Sitting on bed, felt vibrations then observed clothes in closet swinging back and forth for a few seconds (Weak shaking (MMI III))
  • Hanoi: Lasted about 30 seconds caused windows to creak and hanging things to swing very notable in tall block of appartments (Weak shaking (MMI III))
  • Hanoi, Nam Tu Liem: One noticable quacke. Glassware rattled and liquid in bottles splashed. Instant flashback to childhood in Spitak 1988. (Light shaking (MMI IV))
  • Cau Giay Hanoi: I was sitting on my bed when I felt the shake. I have a sliding glass door in my attached bath which was shaking with a rattling sound. (Light shaking (MMI IV))
  • Ha Noi: Bed felt like it was moving. It was string enough to wake me up. (Light shaking (MMI IV))
  • Hanoi: I lay down to have a midday nap when I felt the bed shaking like someone trying to wake me up. I saw our light shades move a little too. (Light shaking (MMI IV))
  • Hanoi, Tay Ho: I was lying on my bed and felt it shaking to and fro. I was a little startled by it but it was over very quickly. (Light shaking (MMI IV))
  • Hanoi, Doi Can street: things started to swing inside the room, very lightly, almost not noticable (Weak shaking (MMI III))
  • Kaengnam tower hanoi: Didnt feel anything (not felt)
  • Ha Noi: Felt the bed move under me (Light shaking (MMI IV))
  • Tay Ho, Hanoi: Sitting on couch felt it shaking for about 20-30 seconds (Weak shaking (MMI III))
  • Van Quan, Ha Dong Ha Noi: Light shake (Very weak shaking (MMI II))
  • ThaiNguyen: I do not feel the shake. (not felt)
  • Hanoi: Felt everything moving and saw it moving (Light shaking (MMI IV))
  • My Dinh, Ha Noi: MMI IV (Light shaking (MMI IV))
  • Long Bien Hanoi: 8th Floor Office Building. Fells like vibrations through the floor and slight swaying of the whole building. (Light shaking (MMI IV))
  • Linh Nam: Felt like I was dizzy but it lasts about 20s (Light shaking (MMI IV))
  • Hanoi: the shake lasted longer than usual -seem to go on and on -like small shake then larger and then smaller (Light shaking (MMI IV))
  • Ha Dong 48th of HPC 105 Landmark,: it was shaky that lasted ove a minute (Weak shaking (MMI III))
  • Hanoi: Lasted about 30 seconds caused windows to creak and hanging things to swing very notable in tall block of appartments (Weak shaking (MMI III))
  • Ha Noi Vietnam: I was sitting in my chair when it happened and lasted for about haft a minute. (Weak shaking (MMI III))
  • Hanoi: Bed and wardrobe visibilly shaking for 15-20 seconds (Moderate shaking (MMI V))
  • Hanoi Vietnam: felt for about 20 seconds. curtains swayed (Light shaking (MMI IV))
  • Tay Ho, Hanoi: vibrations felt, followed my slow waves causing light swaying of heavy furniture and dizziness of people. (Weak shaking (MMI III))
  • Times City, Hanoi: 10th floor of an apartment building in Hanoi. Was taking a nap when I felt the shake. Seemingly 3 shakes per second for a few seconds. (Very weak shaking (MMI II))
  • Hanoi: Laying on a bed reading on the fourth floor. Gentle rolling S and L waves, no jolt. (Light shaking (MMI IV))
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