(CNN) –– An earthquake of magnitude 6.6 shook Taiwan, according to reports from the United States Geological Survey (USGS, for its acronym in English).
Initially, the magnitude was recorded at 6.9.
The epicenter was located 70 kilometers south of Hualien City, Taiwan, according to the USGS.
A CNN crew in Taipei felt the shaking of the quake.
Based on USGS interactive maps, the intensity of the quake is recorded as a yellow VI, indicating strong shaking but light damage.
So far, no tsunami warning has been issued after the earthquake.
The initial report from the USGS reported that the depth of the earthquake was 10 kilometers.
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