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Friday, September 27, 2013

Pakistan Earthquake Created 3 New Islands - Gas Rising From All Three (Video)

By Susan Duclos

It was reported that the Pakistan earthquake had created a new island, but two more have now sprung up along the Balochistan coast, making three islands newly created from one major 7.7- 7.8 magnitude earthquake.

It was found that the first newly created island now has methane gas rising from it, and reports indicate that gas is also rising from the other two newly created, smaller islands.

"The island near Gwadar is about 600 feet in diameter and has a height of about 30 feet," Muhammad Moazzam Khan, technical advisor at WWF — Pakistan, told IANS over telephone.

He said "gas was coming out" of the island, which primarily consists of "stones and soft mud".

The two islands near Ormara town are small.

Khan said the islands had a diameter of about "30-40 feet and a height of about 2-3 feet". "Gas is also coming out," he said.

The death toll from this massive quake has reached 348, and a total of 20,000 houses were destroyed.

Cross posted at Before It's News