3.2 magnitude earthquake hits south of Crete

15 September 2017
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A 3.2 magnitude earthquake on the Richter scale hit southwest off the coast of the isle of Gavdos, located south of Crete.

The epicentre of the tremor was approximately 27km south of Gavdos and was registered at 6am on Friday. Its depth was measured at 10km.

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