Two quakes of size 6.8 and 6.9 shook the Indonesian island of Sumatra. As indicated by the US Geological Survey, two seismic tremors shook the west shoreline of Sumatra 6 minutes separated at the beginning of today, making residents escape their homes in alarm. The focal point was accounted for underneath the ground, in any case; no torrent alert was given. As indicated by sources, the focal point was at a depth of 22 to 26 km. The focal point was accounted for beneath the ground, be that as it may; no tidal wave alert was given.