4-magnitude earthquake hits Armenia

4-magnitude earthquake hits Armenia

PanARMENIAN.Net - Maximum of 4-magnitude earthquake struck Armenia on August 11, 4:15 p.m. local time, RA Ministry of Emergency Situations crisis management center reports.

Tremors were recorded in 151 km south-west to Yerevan, 60 km to Turkish city of Van.

The epicenter was located in Iran’s Ahar city.

The quake hit at 67 km depth and made 9 points in the epicenter.

There are no immediate reports of casualties.

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