A magnitude 6.0 earthquake has caused minor damage in northeastern Taiwan as the island braced for the arrival of a severe typhoon.
Taiwan’s earthquake monitoring bureau said the quake struck early on Thursday in the Pacific Ocean, about 36km southeast of the city of Yilan. The epicenter was about 22.5km beneath sea level. Television reports showed goods knocked off grocery store shelves and slight structural damage to buildings.
The earthquake was felt mildly in the capital Taipei, also in the island’s north.
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