Early this morning, Crete was rocked by an earthquake measuring 4.1 on the Richter scale.
According to the Geodynamic Institute, it happened at 06:44 am off the coast of Lasithi. The epicenter was located 23 kilometers north/northeast of Sitia. The depth of the outbreak is estimated at 13 kilometers.
Our publication recalls that the information about the earthquake coming from the Athens Geodynamic Institute and the European Mediterranean Seismological Institute is the decision of an automatic computer system, without the participation of a seismologist. As new data becomes available, they are constantly updated.
Yesterday morning residents Tirnavos (Larisa) was also disturbed by an earthquake with a force of 4.1 on the Richter scale. The earthquake occurred at 9:30 am, its epicenter was recorded six kilometers southwest of Tirnavos. According to the data of the Geodynamic Institute, the depth of the focus was 5 km, so it was felt in several areas of Thessaly.