US Geological Survey measured magnitude 5.0 trembled central Italy
The US Geological Survey mentioned magnitude 5.0 quake hits central Italy on Thursday morning. The quake struck the same region which was previously hits by strong quakes. The quake which struck at 1:35 a.m. was low and 6.2 miles deep and centre of quake at about 32 miles to the southeast of Perugia.
The quake of magnitude 5.5 and 6.1 struck the region on Oct. 26 ensuing a 6.6 magnitude quake on Sunday and that was a deadliest quake hits the Italy in spam of 36 years.
The Magnitude 5.0 tremble the measured to be ordinary but enough strong to cause substantial damage the central Italy. The petty depth would have escalated the shaking at the surface.