The earth in Calabria, Italy, continues to tremble, where several minor earthquake shocks followed one another during the nighttime. This is the most recent earthquake that has happened in Italy.

The earthquake had a 4.4 magnitude, 257 km depth. The area concerned is always that of the Crotonian Ionian coast. In total there are 7 seismic events detected by midnight in the area by the national institute of geophysics (INGV).
The most intense shock was of magnitude 2.9 and occurred at 1:45 am close to Cirò Marina, a town on the Crotone coast, where the earthquake was felt distinctly by many people, of course without any consequence.