In the Okhotsk Sea earthquake

An earthquake measuring 5.7 occurred this morning in the Okhotsk Sea at a depth of 380 km under his bottom. Shock epicenter was located about 130 km east of Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk. Underground shock registered at 06:43 local time (23:43 MSK December 9). Sakhalin seismologists reported that the earthquake in any of the locations of the island was not felt, no tsunami threat.

The day before, on Friday night, an earthquake of magnitude 4.0 was observed in the Pacific Ocean off the Kuril islands of Iturup, center lies at a depth of 40 km. After 6 minutes, then push in the Okhotsk Sea at a depth of 600 km of an earthquake of magnitude 3.6 and the epicenter was located off the east coast of Kamchatka. These tectonic upheavals also never felt and did not carry the negative manifestations, ITAR-TASS reported.

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