5.0 magnitude earthquake in Kefalonia


A 5 magnitude earthquake was recorded off the coast of Greece in the Ionian Sea, according to the European Mediterranean Seismological Centre.

The quake was registered at 4:52 am local time.

The epicentre is 6 km from the village of Valsamata on the island of Kefalonia in the Ionian Sea.

The earthquake was at a depth of 5 km.

No casualties or material damage have been reported so far.




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