Earthquake of magnitude 5.9 occurred in Iceland, with focal depth of 10 km

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 Earthquake of magnitude 5.9 occurred in Iceland, with focal depth of 10 km


@According to the China Seismological Network, a 5.3-magnitude earthquake (66.43 n, 18.42 w) struck Iceland at 23:05 on June 20, with a focal depth of 10 km.

China Seismological Network officially determined that at 03:26 on June 21, a magnitude 5.7 earthquake occurred in Iceland (66.33 n, 18.52 w), with a focal depth of 10 km.

CCTV news, local time on June 21, according to the Icelandic National Radio and television (RUV) reported that at 10:00 and 12:51 on June 21, two 4.0-magnitude earthquakes occurred 20 kilometers northeast of sigrufj? R? Ur. At present, there are many rock collapses and power failures in kelduwefi area. Icelandic meteorological and civil aviation authorities are urging people and travelers in the region to choose safe routes and avoid landslides.