By Rosy Figueroa
Milan, Italy, an earthquake of magnitude 3,8 degrees on the Richer scale, was registered this afternoon in the province of Milan, to 16, hours with 59 minutes. The epicenter was located in Trezzano sul Naviglio, north of Italy, a few kilometers from the city of Milan.
The quake had a depth of 7,9 kilometers above sea level, data confirmed by the National Institute of Geophysics and Volcanology of Italy.
The population living in northern Italy was very scared, because these phenomena do not usually occur because the area is of low seismic level due to its geographical nature.
At the moment no material damage is reported, residents near the epicenter of the earthquake are experiencing panic, because this type of phenomenon is not common.