South of Spain rocked by FOURTEEN earthquake tremors this morning

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AN magnitude 4.0 earthquake was recorded in Spain’s Andalucia at 3.40am this morning (Wednesday).

A further 13 seismic movements were registered in the provinces of Cadiz and Sevilla both before and after.

The main quake had an epicentre of Olvera according to Spain’s National Geographic Institute.

A spokesperson for the 112 Emergency Services of Andalucia said the first quake was recorded at 2.50am in Pruna (Sevilla) with a magnitude 2.4 and the last in Olvera (Sevilla) with a magnitude of 2.6.

The emergency services did receive calls reporting the shocks but there are no reports of any damage to property or personal injuries.

Anyone who felt the quakes is asked to fill in a questionnaire on the National Geographic Institute website.

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