3.2-magnitude earthquake observed in Kryvyi Rig
22:31, 20 February 2018

3.2-magnitude earthquake observed in Kryvyi Rig

The reason for the quake was a tectonic fault 200 kilometers under the ground

22:31, 20 February 2018

An earthquake occurred in Kryvyi Rig, Dnipropetrovsk region, southeastern Ukraine. Radio Liberty reported that on Tuesday evening with reference to Dnipropetrovsk regional office of the State Emergency Service. 

According to Darya Gerchyshcheva, the spokeswoman of the Service, the seismic activity in this area reached 3.2-magnitude in the early hours of Tuesday. The epicenter of the quake lay at the depth of 200 kilometers. 

Residents of at least two districts of the town confirmed that they felt minor earthquakes.

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