The seismic swarm in the south of La Palma reactivates during the night


Seismic activity in the south of La Palma |  IGN

Seismic activity in the south of La Palma | IGN

The seismic swarm in the south of La Palma has once again increased its activity with more than 40 earthquakes last night – from 8:00 p.m. on Sunday – in the municipalities of Fuencaliente and Mazo, near the southern part of the island.

The most prominent among those located by the National Geographic Institute (IGN) They are one in the southwest of Mazo, of magnitude 3.4, at a depth of 13 kilometers and at 0520 hours, and another to the northeast of Fuencaliente, also of magnitude 3.4, at a depth of 14 kilometers and at 04.36 hours.

In general, the earthquakes are still maintained at high depths that fluctuate between 7 and 14 kilometers and with magnitudes that oscillate between 2.3 and 3.4 on the Richter Scale, and two of them are felt by the population.

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