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    Hualien earthquake structural damage 結果共5筆

  • Series of Hualien quakes leads to 4 building collapses

    Discover the aftermath of a series of strong earthquakes in Hualien County, Taiwan, causing the collapse or tilting of four buildings, including the previously red-tagged Hotel Fouquet and residential structures, with ongoing assessments by the Hualien County government for public safety and demolition plans.
    2024/04/23 17:11
  • Engineers rush to save 2 tilted Hualien hotels

    Early morning earthquake on April 23 in Hualien City leaves Hotel Fouquet at risk of collapse; stabilization efforts underway. Surrounding infrastructure to be removed for safety, with demolition planned. Nearby Tongshuai Building also at risk, showing further tilting from aftershocks.
    2024/04/23 15:35
  • Quake research in Taiwan highlights Hualien’s vulnerability

    Discover the latest on Hualien County, Taiwan’s most earthquake-prone region, including recent seismic events, research insights, and ongoing efforts to enhance structural reinforcement and disaster recovery planning.
    2024/04/10 10:41
  • Hualien quake triggers requests for building assessments

    Following a powerful earthquake in Hualien, the National Land Management Agency (NLMA) received 848 requests for disaster assessment, with 42 buildings under severe red notice and 70 under yellow notice. The NLMA offers subsidies for structural safety assessments and urges residents to report any signs of damage for professional evaluation.
    2024/04/08 17:23
  • Magnitude 6.2 earthquake shakes eastern Taiwan

    An earthquake with a magnitude of 6.2 struck off the coast of Taiwan, causing tremors felt in various parts of the country. The quake originated east of the Hualien County Government Office and had a shallow depth of 5.7 kilometers. Some areas reported a seismic intensity of level 3, while others experienced a level 2 intensity. The Taipei Metro Company alerted riders of reduced speeds, but operations continue as usual. So far, there have been no reports of casualties or significant structural damage. Authorities are closely monitoring the situation and will provide updates as necessary.
    2023/10/24 08:13
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