6 Dec, 2019 @ 15:03
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Residents of a city in Spain’s Andalucia were woken up by an earthquake this morning

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Registrado Un Terremoto De Magnitud 26 Con Epicentro En Atarfe
EPICENTRE: Map showing where the earthquake was felt

People living in Andalucia were woken up with a rumble this morning.

An earthquake measuring 2.6 on the Richter scale rocked Granada province at 8:34am.

The quake’s epicentre was the town of Atarfe in the Vega de Granada Region.

Those living in Atarfe, Santa Fe, Vegas del Genil and the Granada capital are also likely to have felt the tremor. 

Emergency services have reported no injuries or damage caused by the earthquake. 

In October, Sevilla was shaken by a 4.7 magnitude earthquake, the aftershocks of which were felt as far as Ronda and Marbella. 

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