6.6 quake hits Kermadec Islands

Last updated 08:38 04/07/2014

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A 6.6-magnitude quake has struck 233km ESE of the Kermadec Islands.

The quake, which occurred at 7.50am (NZT) was at a depth of 33km.PTWC advises NO Pacific-wide destructive tsunami is expected. 

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