epicenter in San Giovanni Rotondo- time.news

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Strong shock of earthquake just before 3pm in Central Adriatic Sea, about 90 kilometers from the Foggia coast.

According to data provided by the National Institute of Geophysics and Volcanology, the magnitude of 5.6 and the depth of 5 kilometers.

The first data, provided by the Euro-Mediterranean Seismological Center, spoke of a slightly higher magnitude of 5.9, with a depth of 60 kilometers.

L’epicenter of the earthquake was located in the Adriatic Sea about 80-90 kilometers from the Gargano coasts of Puglia and the Tremiti Islands.

A second shock, 13 minutes after the premiere, it had a provisional magnitude of 4.1, according to the Ingv, and a depth of 10 kilometers. A third shock, of intensity 3.4, was recorded at 15:12, at a depth of 7 kilometers, which are followed other shocks intensity between 3.7 and 2.4: in total in the next three hours they are at least thirty recorded tremors.

The earthquake was felt distinctly in different regions – Marche, Puglia, Abruzzo, Campania and Lazio. A lot of fear and reports on social media from, among other cities, from Bari , San Giovanni Rotondo, time.news, Rome, Naples e Avellino.

The shock results aexperienced by the population – points out in un tweet the Department of Civil Protection, referring to the main shock -. The Italy situation room in contact with the civil protection structures in the area.

The president of Ingv Doglioni then explained that at the moment there is no evidence of a sea level rise and therefore there is no tsunami warning. We are expecting several reruns, although we cannot say how long they will last, he explained to RaiNews 24. There will be several successive aftershocks that usually occur after the main event

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Numerous phone calls to the firefighters in the regions where the earthquake was felt, but from the general command they report that, at the moment, the operations rooms there would be no reports of damage. Version confirmed later by the Civil Protection.

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March 27, 2021 (change March 27, 2021 | 22:56)

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