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Last minute news reports suggest that a minor earthquake has struck parts of Burdur and Antalya, both located in Turkey. According to the Kandilli Rasathanesi and AFAD, the Turkish disaster management agency, there have been recent seismic activities in the region. The recent tremors have caused unease among the residents of the region, some of whom have experienced minor damage. However, there have been no reported injuries or casualties.
The Kandilli Rasathanesi, a research institute responsible for monitoring and analyzing earthquakes and other natural disasters in Turkey, reported that the earthquake measured 3.8 on the Richter scale. The earthquake was reported to have hit Korkuteli, an agricultural town located in Antalya Province. The earthquake’s epicenter was reported to have been at a depth of 11.4 kilometers, which is considered a shallow earthquake.
The AFAD, on the other hand, reported that the earthquake measured 3.5 on the Richter scale and was centered in the Burdur region. They further noted that the earthquake struck at 8:18 pm local time. The earthquake’s depth was reported to be 10 kilometers.
Although the earthquake’s magnitude was relatively minor, it has caused concern among residents of the affected regions. Many people are still reeling from last year’s earthquake in the country’s Aegean region, which resulted in a significant loss of life and property.
In conclusion, the recent earthquake in Burdur and Antalya may be minor, but it has still caused significant concern among the residents of these regions. It is essential to stay vigilant and be prepared in the event of a more severe earthquake, as Turkey is located in an active earthquake zone. With appropriate measures, the potential damages caused by earthquakes in Turkey can be mitigated.