In Bali, near the Agung volcano on Thursday morning, an earthquake of magnitude 5.0 was recorded.
According to the Bali Meteorological, Climatological and Geophysical Agency, the earthquake epicenter was at sea, 11 km east of the Karangasem district, at a depth of 10 km. The underground push was recorded at 05:54 local time.
The earthquake did not cause a tsunami warning. Information about the destruction or affected on the island has been reported.
The epicenter of the elements was about 12-13 km from the top of Mount Agung. In connection with the threat of an eruption in the area since October 29, increased anxiety.
“The earthquake is related to the volcanic activity of Mount Agung,” says Indonesian volcanologist Devi Kamil of the Center for Volcanology and Geological Disasters (PVMBG).