Canada VIDEO. An earthquake interrupts the Icelandic Prime Minister during an interview
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Icelandic Prime Minister Katrin Jakobsdottir was interrupted by an earthquake while giving an interview via Zoom to the "Washington Post" on Tuesday October 20th. The 5.6 magnitude quake was uninjured.
She didn’t shake unlike the earth. This Tuesday, October 20, an"This is Iceland" of magnitude 5.6 occurred in the middle of the day in . And the shock was felt by the Prime Minister herself. Katrin Jakobsdottir was indeed giving an interview to the Washington Post via the Zoom software when the walls shook. "Oh my God, there is an earthquake" , she announced live, as shown in the video footage (from the 3rd minute) spotted by the .
The Prime Minister, after quickly coming to her senses, apologized to the journalist who questioned her. "This is Iceland, I'm sorry for that" . The earthquake, which was felt across the country, left no people injured. Its epicenter was located about twenty kilometers south of the capital Reykjavik. No material damage was also reported.
Katrin Jakobsdottir is not the only one to have been interrupted in her activities by the earthquake. The deputies also had to stop the current parliamentary session for about fifteen minutes.
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