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17 Jul 2020 2:14
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  •   Home > News > Environment

    Otaki Beach Store's owner says he has a "minor" clean-up job after this morning's earthquake

    Otaki Beach Store's owner says he has a "minor" clean-up job after this morning's earthquake



    Shakes have been felt across the Lower North Island, and around the country after the magnitude 5.8 quake, centred north-west of Levin just before 8am.

    Sanjay Patel says it shook food off the shelves, but the clean-up is manageable.

    He says a lot of things fell down on the floor, and there was just a bit of damage, which makes them lucky.

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