[amsat-bb] Re: 7.2 earthquake in DM22 at 2240z

Mani VU2WMY wmy at isac.gov.in
Mon Apr 5 03:00:34 PDT 2010

Thank God, that nothing major injuries happened to you and your family  
and to your friends. Our prayers, good wishes and greetings from INDIA  
to you and your family for a speedy recovery.

Take care es 73 de


Quoting Larry Teran <ki6yaa at gmail.com>:

> I decided to go out from the city on an open field of wheat that is no
> longer in use, It was me and my son Kevin KJ6DDS, I just worked some
> stations on AO-27 pass at 2045z, and I let Kevin use the station for the
> last half of the pass, he was so exited he worked seven different station
> and a new record for him, after we finish load the station we went back home
> and picked up the rest of the family and hit food 4 less, we were
> just across the cash register when a terrible 7.2 earthquake shake DM22 it
> lasted for about 2 to 3 minutes, it was people running all over the parking
> lot and cars speeding up, no power and no signals on the streets and when we
> arrived home all people were outside. after that and by the time I'm writing
> this message there has been 162 more ranging from 2.7 to 5.1, and they has
> been more then 200 on the whole day. we got our power back but we think we
> are not sleeping tonight, I talk to all my friends here over our local EOC
> freq and everyone is ok, our death toll is only two people and around 100
> injured, which is nothing compared with Haiti, we have several material
> damages but we hope to recover soon.
> 73 to all and hope to catch you on the sats soon!!!!
> Larry KI6YAA
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