YEREVAN. – Two earthquakes struck Turkey on late Sunday evening and early Monday morning.
The Armenian National Seismic Protection Service (NSPS) recorded a 4-magnitude tremor in Turkey, on Sunday at 11:27pm local time, whose epicenter was 15 kilometers north of Diyadin city.
The underground shaking’s hypocenter was 5 kilometers beneath the surface, and it measured 5 at the epicenter, NSPS informed Armenian News-NEWS.am.
Another earthquake was recorded this time on Monday at 3:08am local time. It measured 4.2, and its epicenter was again 15 kilometers north of Diyadin city.
This quake’s hypocenter was likewise 5 kilometers beneath the surface, and it measured 5-6 at the epicenter.
Both tremors were felt in Armenia, too, specifically in the capital, Yerevan.