Three quakes wake up Kyrgyzstan
Baku, Azerbaijan, Nov. 21
By Elena Kosolapova - Trend:
Three earthquakes have hit Kyrgyzstan earlier this morning, according to Seismological Experimental and Methodical Expedition of the Science Committee of the neighboring Kazakhstan.
The first earthquake measuring MPV 5.1 hit Kyrgyzstan at 06:15 (Almaty, Kazakhstan time - UTC/GMT +6 hours).
Its epicenter was 473 kilometers west of the Kazakh city of Almaty.
The second earthquake measuring MPV 3.6 was recorded at 06:46 some 467 kilometers west of Almaty.
The third quake measuring MPV 4.1 occurred at 08:35, some 486 kilometers south-west of Almaty.
There has been no information on casualties or destructions yet.
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