4.3-Magnitude Quake Registered in Greece, Felt in Southwest Bulgaria
An earthquake with 4.3 magnitude on the Richter scale was registered in Greece and felt in Macedonia and in the region of Southwest Bulgaria, according to correspondent of BGNES.
The earthquake was felt around 10.15 local time (EET) with epicenter 5 km west of Kristoni, Greece, 26 km south of Star Dojran in Macedonia and 162 km southeast of Skopje, at a depth of 10 km.
Media reports suggest there is no injuries or material damages.
Earlier today, an earthquake with 3.4 magnitude on the Richter scale was felt in Macedonia, with epicenter near Star Dojran.
Residents of Greece and Macedonia reported that the earthquake was felt for a few seconds but really strong.
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