Earthquake South Spain April 2010A 6.2 magnitude earthquake struck southern Spain early Monday morning. The earthquake struck at a depth of 616 kilometers, 24 kilometers southeast of the city of Granada according to the U.S. Geological Survey.

Official reports from the Spanish Ministry of Interior confirm that there have been no reports of damages or injuries. Spain’s National Geographic Institute confirmed the earthquake, but measured it at a lower magnitude, of 4.8.

Reports from individuals confirm that the earthquake was felt in Cadiz, Malaga and even Murcia.

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