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Posted: 16 Apr 2012 | 5:14 pm
A sharp aftershock has hit the resort island of Phuket again days after an earthquake scare saw areas evacuated.
Phone lines and sms's are being exchanged as local residents remain spooked after last week's big event.
Certainly nerves remain frayed as we head out of the Songkran period and most experts are saying more aftershocks could be expected in the coming days.
Reports have just rolled in that a 5.3 magnitude earthquake has hit near Northern Sumatra in Indonesia.
There is no advisory for Thailand with regards to the aftershock.
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