Myanmar Earthquake: There have been three earthquakes in Myanmar one after the other. There is currently no news of any damage due to the earthquake. It is being told that the third tremor of the earthquake was of 4.5 magnitude. The National Center for Seismology (NCS) said that back-to-back earthquakes hit Myanmar. The third aftershock came 3 hours after the second aftershock.
According to the NCS, the third tremor occurred at 05:43 am on Wednesday, 174 km from Myanmar. The depth of the earthquake was reported to be 48 km. The NCS said in a tweet that the magnitude of the earthquake was 4.5. Earlier, the second tremor of 4.2 magnitude earthquake occurred 160 km south of Myanmar at 02:52:08 in the early hours. Its depth was said to be 10 km.
An earthquake with a magnitude of 4.2 on the Richter Scale hit near the South Coast of Myanmar today at 2:52 am: National Centre for Seismology pic.twitter.com/xx38EQBk7O
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The first blow was felt at 11.56 pm
According to reports, the first tremor was felt at 11:56 pm, 227 km north of Myanmar. The NCS said in a statement that the magnitude of the earthquake was 4.4. Its depth was 25 km.