At around 2:48 a.m. this Friday, November 10, residents of the town Aim They reported feeling a tremor.
According to the Colombian Geological Service, A 4.3 magnitude earthquake occurred two kilometers away from Restrepo and its depth was less than 30 kilometers.
(Also: What to do before, during and after an earthquake?).
Likewise, the entity reported that it could be felt in four intensities in Restrepo, Cumaral, and El Calvario, meaning it could be felt “widely.”
Social network users also shared that the earthquake in question was also reported through mobile applications that give alarms during an earthquake.
(Be sure to read: Six ways to stay calm in the face of an earthquake or other natural disaster).
‘Google uses the system’‘ShakeAlert’ A network of 1,675 seismic sensors to detect tremors.
This is the step by step to enable notifications application:
1. Open ‘settings’ on your mobile phone.
2. Then select the option that says ‘Security and Emergency’
3. Go to the section that says ‘Earthquake Alerts’ and press ‘enable’.
At this point your phone should have alerts configured.
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