Greece earthquake: Monster 6.2 magnitude quake rocks major city

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Greece earthquake: Monster 6.2 magnitude quake rocks major city

The earthquake hit at 10.16am local time (9.16 GMT) today and was 1km in depth, according to data by the European-Mediterranean Seismological Centr

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The earthquake hit at 10.16am local time (9.16 GMT) today and was 1km in depth, according to data by the European-Mediterranean Seismological Centre (EMSC). The quake struck the region between Lárisa and Týrnavos, but it could be felt as far as Athens.

The EMSC said the quake reached a magnitude of 6.2.

The Unites States Geological Survey (USGS) recorded 6.3, while German Research Centre for Geosciences said they recorded a magnitude of 6.0.

One person wrote on Twitter: “A very big earthquake up to here in Athens we moved.”

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