New aftershocks jolt Pakistan quake-hit territories
The heaviest aftershock, with a magnitude of 5.2, came at 6:43 am and there were three weaker tremors between 5:00 am and 9:00 am, Qamaruz Zaman, chief of the country's seismological department, told a news agency. Witnesses said the biggest shock woke people from their sleep in the capital Islamabad and the devastated city of Muzaffarabad.
"An aftershock with a magnitude of more than five can cause landslides in the hilly terrain," Zaman said.
Source: The News