ROME, July 25 — RIA Novosti, Natalia Shmakov. Earthquake of magnitude 4.3 occurred on Monday afternoon in the northern region of Piedmont in an Italian neighborhood of Turin, local media reported citing civil defense.
Quake was recorded by specialists of the National Institute of Geophysics and Volcanology at 14.32 local time (16.32 MSK). The epicenter was located between the towns of Kumyana (Cumiana), Cantaloupe (Cantalupa) and Pinaska (Pinasca).
According to Italian news agencies, fluctuations in the Earth's crust is clearly felt in one of the largest cities in the Apennines — Turin, where many people felt a strong push, ran out of the house to the street.
As noted by the National Civil Defence, information on casualties or damage is not currently reported.