'Hot springs' seep through ground after 3.2-magnitude earthquake strikes southern China
'Hot springs' trickled out of the ground after a 3.2-magnitude earthquake struck southern China.
Video filmed in the city of Chongqing on October 14 shows hot water coming out of a river and the vegetable fields.
According to reports, a 3.2-magnitude earthquake hit Shapingba District in Chongqing City at 5:06 on Friday.
Local residents then found that hot water was coming out of the ground at several places.
Employees from the geological department have tested the hot water, the temperature of which reached 32 degrees Celsius.
Relevant departments are still testing the hot water that came out after the earthquake.