2016-10-26 19:18:08 UTC at 19:18 October 26, 2016 UTC Location: Epicenter at 42.934, 13.043 3.2 km from Visso (1.2 miles) Central Italy The Apennines is a mountain range that runs from the Gulf of Taranto in the south to the southern edge of the Po basin in northern Italy. Terremoto a Roma, Italia (26 ottobre 2016) / Earthquake in Rome, Italy (October 26, 2016) Fora De Controle. - The October 26, 2016, M 6.1 central Italy earthquake, which, at the time of writing, is not known to have caused any fatalities. Two powerful earthquakes Wednesday struck central Italy about 50 miles north of the site of a deadly August quake that killed nearly 300 people, the US Geological Survey said. The earthquake, initially considered an aftershock of the magnitude 6.2 earthquake in August, struck about 30 kilometres (19 mi) to the northwest of the August earthquake. A magnitude 6.1 intraplate earthquake struck Italy 3 kilometres (1.9 mi) west of Visso on 26 October at 9:18 p.m. local time.
A magnitude 5.5 earthquake struck earlier at 17:10:37 UTC. Loading... Unsubscribe from Fora De Controle? The October 26, 2016 M 6.1 earthquake north of Norcia, Italy, occurred as the result of shallow normal faulting on a NW-SE oriented fault in the Central Apennines. The shaking was felt until Rome. Cancel Unsubscribe. - the August 24, 2016, M 6.2 central Italy (Amatrice) earthquake which caused approximately 300 fatalities, and severely damaged the town of Amatrice. Breaking News Alert: A massive magnitude 6.1 strikes Italy at a depth of only 2km, this quake will cause lots of damage alert alert. October 26, 2016 - A moderate but very shallow earthquake happened in Central Italy. Based on the shaking map this earthquake has a damaging potential. A magnitude 6.1 earthquake struck Italy on October 26, 2016 at 19:18:08 UTC (9:18 pm local).