Yes, you read that right: A video has been released of people skiing in Australia after the earthquake. Fortunately, no one was hurt, but there are strange pictures. In the video filmed in Mt. Fuller, that area trembles as people slide down. It must have been a bizarre experience for skiers too!
Some may say they ski when the earth shakes. However, there are only a few people now. Would you believe such a story if you heard it?
Earthquake Fuller in the mountains
Last Wednesday, the Australian state of Victoria was shaken by an earthquake. The epicenter was reported near Mansfield, about 200 km south of Melbourne. The first quake, measuring 5.9 on the Richter scale, struck at 9:15 am local time, followed by another at 9:33 am, Richter magnitude 4 and finally another at 9:54 am, 3.2 magnitude. Residents in Victoria said there were strong shocks and offices were evacuated. The quake was felt in several ski areas including MT. Fuller. Several cameras in the area captured the quake, as can be seen in the pictures below. It must have been a bizarre experience: there was an earthquake in the sport of skiing.
Well damaged, no injuries
Earthquakes have caused significant damage to buildings in the state of Victoria, where most of Australia’s ski resorts are located. The exact damage has not yet been determined, but reports from Melbourne have already pointed to several locations where the quake caused damage. Fortunately, as far as is known, no injuries have been reported. Authorities warn of possible quake. It was the largest earthquake in Australia since 1997.
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