Athens Observatory Earth Sciences Institute announced that the earthquake, which occurred at 20.38 by Greek time, was detected at a depth of 10 kilometers near the town of Elassona, which is located in the northwest of the city of Larisa, with its epicenter.
No statement has yet been made regarding the loss of life or property in the earthquake.
Efthimios Lekkas, head of the Greek Earthquake Planning and Protection Agency, said in a statement that the sway was an unexpected development for them, and that another fault line, possibly linked to the 6-magnitude earthquake that took place in the same region yesterday, may have been activated.
An earthquake of 6 magnitude occurred in the same region yesterday in Greece. The Athens Institute of Earth Sciences announced that a 6-magnitude earthquake with a depth of 7.8 kilometers was recorded at 12.16 local time, 24 kilometers northwest of Larisa city center.