Earthquake on Delhi-NCR, you felt the earthquake’s strong tremors. Strong tremors of earthquake one by one in north delhi on tuesday. The first earthquake’s Magnitude was 4.6 while other tremors were 6.2 which is a very heavy wave. Because of the 2nd strong tremors of the earthquake, people get outside from office’s building or house.
Including Delhi-NCR, the whole of North India felt strong tremors of the earthquake on Tuesday, For a while the earthquake’s tremors fell.
The magnitude of the earthquake was strong therefore many people got out of their working place or house towards the roads or streets respectively. The National Center of seismology felt this earthquake on 3-10-2023, 02:51:04 IST. Nepal is the center of this earthquake.
These tremors were felt two times within half an hour. The magnitude of this earthquake was so strong because from Delhi to Uttarakhand, North India’s land was Shivered.
During an earthquake, it’s essential to prioritize your safety. Here are some tips to follow and protect yourself:
Drop, Cover, and Hold On: If you are indoors, drop to the ground, take cover under a sturdy piece of furniture (such as a table or desk), and hold on until the shaking stops. This will help protect you from falling objects and debris.
Stay Indoors: If you are indoors, stay there. Do not run outside as falling debris can be very dangerous during an earthquake.
Stay Away from Windows and Mirrors: Broken glass can cause serious injuries. Avoid standing near windows, mirrors, glass doors, or other items that can shatter.
If You’re Outside: If you are outside, move away from buildings, streetlights, utility wires, and anything that could fall. Find an open area and drop to the ground.
If You’re in a Vehicle: Pull over to a safe spot away from buildings, trees, overpasses, and utility wires. Stay inside the car or truck until the shaking stops.
Protect Your Head and Neck: If you can’t take cover under furniture, use your arms to shield your head and neck from falling debris and objects.
If You’re in Bed: Stay there and protect your head with a pillow. Do not try to get out of bed during the shaking.
Be Prepared for Aftershocks: After the main earthquake, there may be aftershocks. Be prepared for these smaller tremors and take the same precautions.
Listen to Emergency Information: Have a battery-operated or hand-crank radio to listen to emergency updates if the power goes out. Follow local authorities’ instructions.
Have an Emergency Kit: Prepare an emergency kit with essential supplies such as water, non-perishable food, a flashlight, batteries, a first aid kit, and any necessary medications. Keep it in a convenient position.
Check for Gas Leaks: If you smell gas or suspect a gas leak, turn off the gas supply if it is safe to do so, and leave the building immediately.
Assist Others: If you are in a position to help others, do so cautiously. Check on your neighbors, especially the elderly and the disabled.
Plan and Practice: Make sure your family or household has a disaster preparedness plan in place, and practice earthquake drills.