Several cars were left wrecked by landslides that were triggered by two earthquakes that occurred just three minutes apart in China's Ya'an. It’s reported that a series of landslides occurred in Ya'an, Sichuan province, after two earthquakes, the first being 6.1-magnitude at 5 pm local time and the second being 4.5-magnitude at 5:03 pm on June 1. According to the comprehensive analysis and research of experts, the Lushan 6.1-magnitude earthquake is an aftershock of the 7.0-magnitude earthquake in 2013, which killed at least 196 people. The two earthquakes are just nine kilometres apart and the seismic fault lies in the Shuangshi-Dachuan fault zone. The video was provided by local media with permission.
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