A strong 4.8 magnitude earthquake struck the western province of Turkey today. Underground pushes occurred 90 kilometers northeast of Izmir, where two and a half million people live.
The epicenter of the disaster was 7 kilometers from the earth's surface. There is no information about injured yet.
A 5.7 magnitude earthquake struck the Turkish-Iranian border on February 23. The epicenter of the disaster was 141 kilometers west of the Iranian city of Tabriz and 71 kilometers from the Turkish town of Ozalp. According to the latest data, nine people died as a result of the earthquake.