6.05 magnitude earthquake occurred near Armenia-Azerbaijan-Iran Border

UNITED STATES (OBSERVATORY NEWS) — 6.05 magnitude earthquake has occurred near Armenia-Azerbaijan-Iran Border.

An earthquake of magnitude 5.8 was recorded on Sunday in northwestern Iran near the border with Turkey. This was reported by the Euro-Mediterranean Seismological Center.

According to him, the source of the elements lies at a depth of 10 km. The epicenter was located 163 km west of the city of Tabriz (population about 1.5 million people).

No information was reported on the damage and casualties.

Earlier in the same area there was an earthquake of magnitude 5.7. The center of tremors lay at a depth of 5 km, the epicenter was 141 km west of Tabriz. According to IRNA, at least 75 people were injured in Iran . In turn, the Anadolu agency, citing the Turkish Ministry of Internal Affairs, reported that nine people died as a result of the disaster, another 37 were injured.


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