An average earthquake of 5.8 magnitude occurred near Wellington, the capital of New Zealand, and appeared at sea on Monday, and there were no reports of damage so far.
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The epicenter was located 30 km northwest of Levin, and the earthquake nest was at a depth of 37 km. MTI writes that the first earthquake was followed by a 3.5, 3.6 and 3.7 aftershock.
The first reports did not report any damages. No tsunami warning was issued. In Wellington, trains have stopped for safety reasons after the earthquake.
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