Moderate tremor of magnitude 4.3 just reported 33 km northeast of Akhisar, Turkey
mer., 21 avril 2021, 21:2521:25 PM | AUTEUR : EARTHQUAKEMONITOR
Just 6 minutes ago, a 4.3-magnitude earthquake struck near Akhisar, Manisa, Turkey. The tremor was recorded after midnight on Thursday 22 April 2021 at 12:17 am local time, at a shallow depth of 10 km below the surface.
4.3 quake 22 Apr 12:17 am (GMT +3)
The event was filed by the European-Mediterranean Seismological Centre (EMSC), the first seismological agency to report it.
Based on the preliminary seismic data, the quake should not have caused any significant damage, but was probably felt by many people as light vibration in the area of the epicenter.
Weak shaking might have been felt in Sındırgı (pop. 10,900) located 14 km from the epicenter, Bigadiç (pop. 15,200) 29 km away, Akhisar (pop. 84,700) 33 km away, Kırkağaç (pop. 27,100) 38 km away, Soma (pop. 65,900) 44 km away, and Demirci (pop. 21,400) 48 km away.
Other towns or cities near the epicenter where the quake might have been felt as very weak shaking include Balıkesir (pop. 238,200) located 61 km from the epicenter, and Dursunbey (pop. 17,500) 67 km away.
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Date & heure: 21 Apr 2021 21:17 GMT
Profondeur: 5.0 km
Épicentre latitude / longitude: 39.13°N / 28.12°E (Balıkesir, Turkey)
Source de données principale: EMSC
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