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1955 Alexandria earthquake

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Date  September 12, 1955
Depth  25 km
Casualties  18 deaths, 89 injuries
Magnitude  Ms 6.3
Areas affected  Egypt
1955 Alexandria earthquake

The 1955 Alexandria earthquake occurred on September 12 at 06:09 UTC. The epicenter was located in the eastern Mediterranean, offshore of Alexandria, Egypt. The earthquake had a magnitude of Ms 6.3.

Damage was reported in the Nile Delta between Alexandria and Cairo. About 300 adobe houses were badly damaged around Lake Idku. The earthquake caused 18 deaths and 89 injuries, with 40 houses completely collapsed and about 420 houses ruined. The earthquake could also be felt in Cyprus, Palestine, Syria, and Greece.

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1955 Alexandria earthquake Wikipedia


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