Minor earthquake hits Armenia’s north-west

  • by Western Armenia, June 06, 2018 in Society

A minor earthquake has been detected in the territory of Armenia in the morning of June 6, according to the emergency situations ministry’s seismic protection service.

The 3.3 magnitude earthquake hit 11km south-west from the village of Bavra.
Three 0,8, 1,5 and 1,6 magnitude aftershocks followed the quake.

The magnitude in the epicenter was 4-5.
The earthquake was felt in Bavra (magnitude 3-4) and in Gyumri (magnitude 2-3).

There are no reports on damages yet.