After the shock of earthquake registered shortly after 6.35 pm and clearly warned also a Rome, theIngv – The National Institute of Geophysics and Volcanology – raises the alarm. According to the researchers, it would be a different seismic sequence from that of central Italy to have activated the earthquake that occurred on the border between Abruzzo and Lazio, at a depth of 14 kilometers, and whose magnitude was recalculated in 4.4. "This is another fault system," seismologist Alessandro Amato, of the National Institute of Geophysics and Volcanology (Ingv), told ANSA. "It is still – he continued – an area of high seismic hazard".
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In this same area, in fact, the Avezzano earthquake of 1915 took place and two other important historical earthquakes occurred in the frusinate in 1654 and further south, towards Molise, in 1349. "In the last hours – the seismologist said – it was recorded in the area of seismicity, with some small shocks and we are now seeing small replicas ».
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