A new earthquake, this time on the opposite side to yesterday's shock, was recorded at 2.21 am last night by the stations of the Seismic Network of the Etna Observatory of the National Institute of Geophysics and Volcanology.
The earthquake of local magnitude equal to magnitude 2.5 it is located 3.2 km southeast from Bronte, in the Catania area, at a depth of 10.8 km.
The shock woke up the populations of the three places closest to the epicenter: Bronte (3.2 km), Maletto (8.6 km) and Adrano (11.4 km). At the moment there are no damages to people or things. The earthquake could be linked to the activity of the Etna volcano.
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