IMG_0480.JPGA  large earthquake struck a remote part of western China Tuesday night, in a mountainous region of Sichuan province, the U.S. Geological Survey said. The temblor measured a 6.5 in magnitude. The agency said there is a low likelihood of casualties, and none were initially reported. However, Reuters reports five have been killed, and AFP quotes a government source as saying that as many as 100 are feared dead. The quake is likely to cause some damage, though the “impact should be relatively localized” and not spread over a large area, according to the USGS…….Read More