Bandarlampung - An earthquake in the Indonesian archipelago spread to NTT Sunday (25/10) in the morning. An earthquake measuring 5.5 on the Richter Scale (SR) centered 174 kilometers southwest Waingapu, East Nusa Tenggara (NTT), at 04.04 pm.
Reports Meteorology, Climatology, and Geophysics (BMKG) is observed from Bandarlampung, also mentioned the earthquake in the position of Latitude 10.1 South-118, 75 East Longitude.
The depth of the earthquake was at 23 kilometers and according BMKG no potential earthquake-tsunami.
The epicenter was also located at 181 kilometers southwest Raba, West Nusa Tenggara (NTB), 218 kilometers southwest Labuhanbajo, NTT, 231 kilometers southeast Sumbawabesar, NTB, and 253 kilometers southwest Ruteng, NTT.
At 03.54 pm, an earthquake measuring 6.1 occurred at SR 10.16-118 south latitude, 75 east longitude, with a depth of 19 kilometers, and located the epicenter at 176 kilometers southwest Waingapu, NTT.
Meanwhile, the search results the National Disaster Management Agency, there are no casualties in the earthquake series this time. However, BNPB have noted the impact caused by the earthquake damage to buildings.
"There were no casualties (soul). Maluku and surroundings conducive," said Head of Data Center and Public Relations BNPB, Priyadi Kardono.
However, this time claiming BNPB BNPG team was on full alert. Also advised the public to remain calm and introspective. Because the intensity of the quake was recorded increases, although not all vibrations can be felt by the community. (ant / waa)