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Amounting to 5.2 Earthquake Mundrukan District, Malang, East Java

Between Magnitude 5.2 Earthquakes hit Malang East Java District Saturday morning, but no tsunami warnings were issued, according to meteorology, climate and geophysical agency (BMKG).

Earthquake at 3:27 local time occurred 171.54 kilometers southwest of Lumajang, East Java, at a depth of 10 kilometers, officials said on their official website.

Vibration on the scale of Mercalli (MMI) intensity that was modified was felt by people who live in Karankat in Malang District. The MMI II earthquake is usually felt by several people, resulting in shocks of mild hanging objects.

Mercalli's intensity scale is one unit to assess the strength of the earthquake, especially if there is no seismograph at the location.

There are no direct reports of serious injuries, injuries, or deaths.

A large 5.2 earthquake can cause large damage to the soil.

BMKG urged local residents to be aware of aftershocks after an earthquake measuring 5.2.

Indonesia is located in the "Ring of Fire" which is geographically active and holds about 40 percent of the world's geothermal reserves.

Ring fire, or fire ring, is the largest seismic zone in the world according to direct science because of the error line that stretches from Chile to Japan and Southeast Asia.

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