Ashgabat, Turkmenistan, Oct 5, 1948 Christopher Jordan

New mud Volcano discovered on cheleken Peninsula in Turkmenista

There were 110, 000 deaths in this earthquake, and also it brung extreme damage. Surface rupture was observed both northwest and southeast of Ashgabat. Also people thought that it was a le that it wasnt 110, 000 deaths, but the independent govornment said tthat it was true. Electricity was recorded six days after the incident. Also it coated over 25 million dollars. Extreme damage in Ashgabat (Ashkhabad) and nearby villages, where almost all brick buildings collapsed, and the concrete structures were damaged badly and freight trains were derailed.

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