Magnitude 6.2 Quake Hits Indonesia’s West Sulawesi

Jakarta, Jan 14 (AFP/APP): A strong, magnitude-6.2 earthquake struck the Indonesian province of West Sulawesi on Friday, the US Geological Survey said. There were no immediate reports of damage or injuries from the quake, which hit at 2:18 am local time Friday (18:18 GMT Thursday).

The epicentre was 36 kilometres (22 miles) south of Mamuju, the capital of West Sulawesi, and the quake had a depth of 18 kilometres, the USGS said. Mamuju is home to approximately 110,000 people.

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