A shallow 6.8 magnitude quake in the morning of Nov 10 hit a rural area 116km north of Mandalay which felt by people on high-rise buildings in Bangkok may take people aback to rethink about construction safety in Thailand.
This issue has received an attention earlier this year when a series of 25 earthquakes over five days from April 16-20 occurred in Phuket.
The quakes measuring between 1.9 and 4.3, with an epicentre in Thalang District, caused cracks and damage in more than 30 houses and some buildings on the island. There were no reports of casualties.
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