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On October 8th 2005 it was such a beautiful Saturday morning Birds were singing All the kids were going to their schools and the mens were going to their offices Some of the womens already start working in their houses and trying to finish their house works In public schools kids were off that day so they were trying to sleep more on their beds Suddenly the clouds came on the sky and it was all black on the sky So everyone thought its going to be rain with thunderstorms At around 852am I was reading in my English class suddenly we felt that everything starts shaking First I thought my friend who was sitting behind me try to scare me but when I saw behind everyone was shocked and trying to understand that whats going on here I had the glass full of water on my teacher table and I saw the glass was shaking also so that time we all figure out that its an earthquake I saw everything is shaking and we all were holding each others hand Everyone start reading the kalma Islamic dua in Arabic loudly All the teachers and the student tried to get out from the classrooms and move towards in open place Finally the earthquake stops we all were thankful to the GodThe moment magnitude of the earthquake was 78 and it was felt in major cities including Pakistans capitol Islamabad Lahore and Indias capitol Delhi Pakistani Kashmir main city Muzaffarabad was severely affected with almost half of its homes destroyed There were 80000 people died and at least 50000 were in the northern areas of Pakistan Indian Kashmir was also severely damaged with hundreds of dead and injured mostly in the town of UriThe earthquake was relatively shallow and thus has greater intensity and destructiveness More than 20 aftershocks ranging from 45 to 63 in magnitude struck the area in 18 hours following the main
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