Earthquakes continue to occur in different parts of Turkey, according to information shared by the Kandilli Observatory and the Disaster and Emergency Management Presidency (AFAD). Mild earthquakes continue to happen in and around Kahramanmaraş, with new earthquakes occurring on Friday, May 12, 2023.
AFAD and Kandilli Observatory both share the latest earthquake information instantly on their official websites. The last minute earthquakes page on the AFAD website gives details such as intensity, hours, depth and epicenters of affected areas. The Kandilli Observatory Earthquake page reveals information about the earthquakes that occurred on Friday, May 12, 2023, including the intensity and the locations.
The latest earthquake list according to the Kandilli Observatory is as follows:
– 12 May 2023 – Adana, Mersin jolted by magnitude 3.8 earthquake
– 12 May 2023 – Viransehir, Sanliurfa hit by magnitude 3.2 earthquake
– 12 May 2023 – Gaziantep was rattled by a 2.8 magnitude earthquake
– 12 May 2023 – Another 2.8 magnitude earthquake shook Siverek, Sanliurfa
The latest earthquake list according to AFAD is as follows:
12 May 2023:
– 23:35 – Kahramanmaras, 3.3 magnitude earthquake, depth 5.1 km
– 23:14 – Kahramanmaras, 3.5 magnitude earthquake, depth 6.4 km
– 22:50 – Malatya, 3.7 magnitude earthquake, depth 12.7 km
– 22:42 – Kahramanmaras, 3.3 magnitude earthquake, depth 7.5 km
– 22:29 – Mugla, 3.1 magnitude earthquake, depth 8.6 km
The information shared by Kandilli Observatory and AFAD can be helpful for people who live in areas that experience earthquakes. It is important to stay informed about recent earthquakes and take necessary precautions for safety.