There are currently no reports of casualties from landslides caused by the Hualien earthquake in Taiwan

According to reports, a landslide occurred on the Suhua Road section between Yilan and Hualien after the earthquake, with a large amount of gravel hitting the road surface. Traffic was temporarily suspended, and there are currently no reports of casualties.

A 5.6 magnitude earthquake occurred near the eastern coast of Hualien, Taiwan on the afternoon of the 10th. According to reports, a landslide occurred on the Suhua Road section between Yilan and Hualien after the earthquake, with a large amount of gravel hitting the road surface. Traffic was temporarily suspended, and there are currently no reports of casualties.

According to the official measurement of China Earthquake Networks Center, at about 15:45 on the 10th, a 5.6 magnitude earthquake occurred off the east coast of Hualien, Taiwan, with a focal depth of 10 kilometers, and the earthquake was felt clearly in Taipei.

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