3.8 Magnitude Earthquake In Haryana, Tremors Felt In Delhi
As per the National Center for Seismology, an earthquake of magnitude 3.8 struck Haryana's Jhajjar at 1:19 am on Sunday.
An earthquake of 3.8 magnitude was recorded in Haryana's Jhajjar with tremors in Delhi and surrounding areas on Sunday morning, the first day of the new year, the National Center for Seismology said.
There were no reports of any injuries or damage.
"Earthquake of Magnitude: 3.8, Occurred on 01-01-2023, 01:19:42 IST, Lat: 28.71 and Long: 76.62, Depth: 5 Km, Location: 12km NNW of Jhajjar, Haryana," said National Center for Seismology.
Earlier in November, strong tremors were felt across Delhi and and surrounding areas after a 6.3 magnitude earthquake struck Uttarakhand along the Nepal border.
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