Quakes shakes Greece, no injuries

Earlier the Euro-Mediterranean Seismological Center had given a 5.2 preliminary estimate for the same quake.

An earthquake measuring 5.3 on the Richter scale jolted central Greece on Saturday, the Geodynamic Institute of Athens’ National Observatory announced.

No injuries have been reported so far to local authorities, according to Greek national news agency AMNA.

The tremor’s epicenter was located at a depth of 14 km in the sea area of the Gulf of Corinth near the towns of Galaxidi, Amfissa, Itea and Aigio, about 135 km west of Athens, according to preliminary estimates by Greek seismologists.

Earlier the Euro-Mediterranean Seismological Center had given a 5.2 preliminary estimate for the same quake.