TREMORS: Earthquake measuring 3.5 mbLg strikes Spain’s south coast this morning

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EARTHQUAKE: The earthquake comes 7 and a half years after the haunting events of 2011. Photo: Shutterstock and EMSC

TREMORS could be felt across Spain’s south coast this morning (Thursday) after a 3.5 mbLg earthquake was recorded in Lorca, Murcia at around 9am.

According to Spain’s National Geographical Institute, classrooms in schools in Lorca were evacuated as a precaution as the earthquake struck.

Furniture reportedly shook and buildings vibrated after the earthquake originated just west of the city.

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However, no major damage has been reported in Murcia province as of yet.

Numerous members of the public reportedly felt the tremors all over Murcia province, with some reports coming from Huercal-Overa in Almeria.

The earthquake reportedly stretched across a 60km radius.

The earthquake comes 7 and a half years after the haunting events of 2011, when two 4.5 and 5.1 earthquake killed nine and injured 324 in Lorca.

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