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BEIJING, July 27 (Itar-Tass) - An earthquake measured 4.5 points rocked the north-western province Gansu in China, the news agency Xinhua reported on Saturday.
The tremors were fixed at 00:24 local time (20:24 Moscow time on Friday) in the Wenxian. The earthquake nested at a depth of six kilometres. The communications with several settlements and villages was partially disrupted. No aftershocks were registered, therefore, the residents, who left their houses for safety, already went home.
This is already the second earthquake this week. On Monday morning the national meteorological centre reported about the tremors of 6.6 points. Then 95 people died and 1,461 people were injured in the natural disaster.