Details of Disaster Information


Pakistan : Earhtquake : 2013/09/24
GLIDE: EQ-2013-000121-PAK  DRR & Disaster Information

Duration 2013/09/24
Country
   or
District
Pakistan
Name Earhtquake
Outline A 7.7-magnitude earthquake hit southwest Pakistan on 24 September 2013, killing at least 46 people, toppling scores of homes.

Headline(Source, Date)
Personal Injury Material Damage Others
Government of Pakistan 2013/10/23
Dead: 386
Injured: 816
Completely Damaged Houses: 32,638
Partially Damaged Houses: 14,118

Government of Pakistan 2013/10/02
Dead: 376
Injured: 824


Government of Pakistan 2013/09/30
Dead: 375
Injured: 825


Government of Pakistan 2013/09/27
Dead: 359
Injured: 765


Government of Pakistan 2013/09/26
Dead: 355
Injured: 619
Damaged houses: 21,000

Related Links
Report/Articles
  • Government of Pakistan 2013/10/23
    Awaran earthquake Balochistan situation report (23 October 2013)
  • Government of Pakistan 2013/10/02
    Awaran earthquake Balochistan situation report (02 October 2013)
  • Government of Pakistan 2013/09/30
    Awaran earthquake Balochistan situation report (30 September 2013
  • AFP 2013/09/29
    The powerful 6.8-magnitude earthquake struck on Saturday and killed at least 22 people in a region already devastated by a 7.7-magnitude quake which killed more than 300 people last Tuesday.
  • Government of Pakistan 2013/09/27
    Awaran earthquake Balochistan situation report (27 September 2013 at 2100 hrs)
  • Government of Pakistan 2013/09/26
    Awaran earthquake Balochistan situation report (26 September 2013 at 1300 hrs)
  • Reuters 2013/09/25
    Death toll from earthquake in Pakistan rises to 327
  • OCHA 2013/09/25
    Reports indicate the death toll from the powerful earthquake that struck south-west Pakistan yesterday has risen to at least 260.
  • BBC 2013/09/25
    A powerful earthquake has killed at least 238 people in Pakistan\'s remote south-west province of Balochistan.
  • AFP 2013/09/24
    Officials said the quake, which struck at at 4:29 pm (1129 GMT), demolished dozens of houses in Awaran, 350 kilometres (219 miles) southwest of the Baluchistan provincial capital Quetta. At least 46 people had been confirmed killed and 100 injured in the quake.
Geographycal Data Information
Pictures
  • UNOSAT 2013/09/26
    Damage Assessment for Gajar Area, Awaran District, Balochistan Province, Pakistan (as of 26 September 2013)
  • UNOSAT 2013/09/26
    Damage Assessment for Western Awaran Town, Balochistan Province, Pakistan (as of 26 September 2013)