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RIYADH - Perkhidmatan pemantau gempa bumi Arab Saudi menggesa penduduk di beberapa buah kampung di barat negara itu berpindah selepas gegaran berukuran 5.39 pada skala Richter dikesan berlaku.

Pusat Gempa Bumi dan Gunung Berapi Kebangsaan Arab Saudi menyatakan dalam satu kenyataan bahawa satu gempa bumi yang berlaku menjelang Subuh itu tidak menyebabkan kerosakan, kematian atau kecederaan.

Bagaimanapun, kenyataan yang dikeluarkan semalam meminta penduduk di lima buah kampung di barat kota Mekah supaya berlindung di khemah-khemah perlindungan yang dibina oleh pihak berkuasa.

Stesen-stesen televisyen Arab melaporkan bahawa kebanyakan penduduk sudah berpindah ke pusat perlindungan itu.

Pihak berkuasa turut mengedarkan topeng perubatan selepas orang ramai membuat aduan mengenai bau yang tidak menyenangkan akibat gempa bumi itu.

Sebelum ini, gempa bumi berukuran 4.9 pada skala Richter turut dikesan berlaku di kawasan sama. - AP

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Saudi prepares fresh evacuation from volcano zone

20 May 2009 18:12:10 GMT

Source: Reuters

RIYADH, May 20 (Reuters) - Authorities were preparing to evacuate more people from a volcanic region in northwestern Saudi Arabia because tremors which have been shaking the area for weeks have been growing in strength, an official said.

The volcanic al-Ais region could suffer earthquakes measuring 6.5 on the Richter scale, said Zuhair Nawab, president of the Saudi Geological Survey (SGS). "We have extended the (extent of the emergency) ... zones to 40 km (24 miles)," said Nawab. The region lies 240 km from the holy city of Medina and 150 km from the port of Yanbu on the Red Sea. It is not close to the world's top oil exporter's oil or petrochemical facilities.

A quake measuring 5.4 hit the al-Ais region on Tuesday, just hours after a 4.8 tremor. Fears of an eruption in dormant volcanoes in al-Ais sent panic stricken residents fleeing to Medina and Yanbu last week. The last volcanic eruption in the area was 700 years ago, according to the SGS. Al-Ais, an ancient resting place for caravans travelling between the western and southern cities of the Arabian Peninsula and Syria, has an estimated population of around 60,000. (Reporting by Asma Alsharif; Editing by Jon Boyle)
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