An earthquake with a magnitude of 5.2 jolted 11 km WSW of Tortora Marina, Italy at 21:42:50 GMT on Monday.
The epicenter, with a depth of 267.865 km, was initially determined to be at 39.8989 degrees north latitude and 15.6365 degrees east longitude.
There were reports of a powerful earthquake in southern Italy on Monday (31/10), with witnesses saying it was felt in several Cities in Italy.
According to Italy’s National Institute of Geophysics, the quake measured 5.2 (Richter scale) and its epicenter was in the town of Tortora Marina. According to the news agency, the tremor was felt the length of the region’s coast, up to Pescara in Abruzzo and as far south as Puglia.
No damage has been reported so far. The fire service said it had not received any requests for emergency rescues but was preparing ground teams as a precaution.