BANGKOK — Bangkokians got jolted out of their bed and at their workplaces by an earthquake Thursday morning.
The 6.4-magnitude quake, originated from Laos, struck at about 6.50am and sent vibration that could be felt on tall buildings across the capital. A smaller foreshock of 5.9 magnitude was also reported at about 4.03am.
Many took to social media to report the experience.
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No damage or injury has been reported so far. ThaiPBS quoted a seismologist as saying that building integrity of skyscrapers in the capital should be safe, as the quake took place far from here.