An earthquake of 3.8 was felt in Israel
The earthquake was felt in the north of the country when the epicenter of the quake occurred in the Haifa area. "The whole building is moving" he told Walla! NEWS resident of Hadar neighborhood in the city. Police said there were no injuries or damage
An earthquake of magnitude 3.3 was felt 10 km northeast of Tiberias (photo: image processing, screenshot)
An earthquake of magnitude 3.8 was felt this morning (Thursday) in the north of the country, the epicenter of the earthquake in the Haifa area. The Geological Survey confirms that the quake occurred 9 km southwest of Carmel Castle 10 km deep. Police said there were no casualties and no damage.
"The whole building is moving," he told Walla! NEWS Tenant in a 19-story residential tower on Hillel Street in the Hadar neighborhood of Haifa, "the neighbors all went outside to enter the building." He said fortunately no one was injured and that he was not aware of any damage but, "It was scary, as far as we are told, this earthquake is not surprising to you and comes when you do not think about it at all."More in Walla! NEWS More in Walla! NEWS
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Yuval, a resident of the new Neot Peres neighborhood, says "Everyone felt and everyone is talking about it now." The city of Nesher also felt the quake. In Haifa, in the lower city, the "missile" building in Kiryat Pino, a local developer of the building's commander. Haifa's fire services received no calls.
At the end of last month, a strong earthquake occurred in Turkey and the seismology division director at the Israel Geological Survey, Dov Zakoski, confirmed that the noise in Turkey was also felt in Israel. Residents reported feeling the noise for about 90 seconds in Petah Tikva, Holon, Yavneh, and Beer Sheva. According to local media, the earthquake was also felt in Iran, Lebanon and Syria.
Last November, a magnitude 3.3 earthquake was recorded in the north of Israel, 10 km northeast of Tiberias. There were no damage or casualties. Five months earlier, in June last year, a magnitude 3.7 earthquake was felt in Ein Bokek in the Dead Sea region, about 31 Km southeast of Laird.