5.7-magnitude earthquake hits off 6km WNW of Lampa, Peru – USGS

Delhi Earthquake: Shaking of Earth around 9PM IST

The U.S. Geological Survey said that 5.7 magnitudes of earthquake hit 6km WNW of Lampa, Peru at 00:44:26 (UTC) on Sunday. It is reported to have a depth of 185.6 km.

You can see the location of the earthquake in the screenshot below. Currently, the damage is not confirmed but this type of earthquake do severe losses.

(Also read: Happy Earth Day 2020.)

5.7-magnitude earthquake hits Lampa, Peru — USGS

The exact location of the center is 15.324°S 70.417°W

5.7-magnitude earthquake hits off 6km WNW of Lampa, Peru -- USGS

5.7 magnitude is the high-intensity quake which could make huge losses to the human world. During the tough times of coronavirus pandemic, these quakes are too much to handle.

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Amit Sharma
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