Catastrophe modeling firms are working to survey the damage wrought by a strong earthquake that struck the eastern Turkey city of Van.
The United States Geological Survey has issued a preliminary moment magnitude estimate of 7.2 and a focal depth of 12.4 miles, while placing the epicenter approximately 9 miles north-northeast of Van.
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