New Zealand’s Jacinda Ardern reacts to quake during live TV interview

Geological SurveyThe quake hit just before 8 a.m. The city is continuing to rebuild. First published on May 24, 2020 / 7:56 PM and was felt by thousands of New Zealanders who were getting ready to start their work weeks. and China on “brink of new Cold War”

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New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern caught on camera as 5.8 magnitude earthquake hits near the capital city of Wellington (no immediate damage reported) pic.twitter.com/5zq64ud0rb— Peter Martinez (@rePetePro) May 24, 2020

New Zealand sits on the Pacific Ring of Fire and is sometimes called the Shaky Isles for its frequent quakes. She interrupted Newshub host Ryan Bridge to tell him what was happening at the parliament complex in the capital, Wellington. New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern reacts to earthquake during live TV interview

May 24, 2020 / 7:56 PM
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New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern barely skipped a beat when an earthquake struck during a live television interview Monday morning. “We’re just having a bit of an earthquake here Ryan, quite a decent shake here,” she said, looking up and around the room. “We’re fine Ryan,” she said. Trending News

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Hong Kong standoff leaves U.S. “I’m not under any hanging lights, I look like I’m in a structurally sound place.”A 2011 quake in the city of Christchurch killed 185 people and destroyed much of the downtown area. It was strong enough to rattle food from shelves and stop train services.But there were no reports of major damage or injuries.Ardern continued on with her interview, telling the host the shaking had stopped.