7.6 Magnitude Earthquake Hits Papua New Guinea, 1 Dead
An earthquake with a magnitude of 7.6 has slammed the eastern region of Papua New Guinea, and it has claimed the life of at least one person. The European Mediterranean Seismological Center estimates that the epicenter of the earthquake was located 80 kilometers below the surface. Cracks have developed on the roads, and there have been reports of damage to structures as a result of the earthquake, as stated by a foreign news source. The tsunami warning that was issued after the earthquake was canceled after some time had passed, as reported by the media.