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October 14, 2013 09:46:25 AM
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An earthquake that hit most parts of Suva and surrounding areas last night measured 5.1 on the Richter scale, the US Geological Survey said.

It happened 102 km SSE of Suva at a depth of 56.88 km.

Reports of tremors were received from areas in Suva, Lami, Manoca, Cunnigham, and Vatuwaqa.

It was felt for less than a minute, but it was enough to rattle tables and desktop computers.

Fiji Police received reports of people feeling the tremors. There were no reports of damages or injuries received.

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