At the dawn of this Wednesday (11), Seismology Center of the University of São Paulo (USP) announced that he received Several reports of São Paulo inland and its capital feeling trembling. The problem was created after a while earthquake 6.8 magnitude What happened in Argentina?

The USP Seismological Center says the reports began around 8:15pm last Tuesday (10) and most came from people living on the upper floors of buildings in the São Paulo area. The descriptions include “Sentiu Aí?”, a platform where people from all over Brazil can submit reports on earthquakes. sent via

According to information from the newspaper Folha de S. PauloUberlândia residents also felt the tremors – reports claim that people left their homes after feeling the shaking of the buildings’ structure.

From Argentina to Brazil

“Man… I thought I was dizzy at the time, until I saw everything shaking at the same speed. And now I realize it was an earthquake. What a strange feeling”.

according to the information G1The Fire Department in the São Paulo areas did not receive any serious incidents related to the earthquake. Firefighters were called after occupants of a building in Itatiba reported the shaking, but there were no serious problems.

The earthquake occurred at a depth of 176 kilometers in the Jujuy region of Argentina, close to the border with Chile and Bolivia, according to the European and Mediterranean Seismological Center (EMSC).

Source: Tec Mundo

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