The National Center for Earthquakes and Volcanoes in the Saudi Geological Survey announced, on Thursday, that it had detected an earthquake measuring 3.79 degrees on the Richter scale east of Haradh of Al-Ahsa Governorate yesterday evening Wednesday.
Tariq Aba Al-Khail, spokesman for the Geological Survey Authority said: “The National Center for Earthquakes and Volcanoes in the Geological Survey Authority monitored an earthquake measuring 79.3 on the Richter scale, 32 kilometers east of Haradh, and at a depth of about eight kilometers at 09:09 pm on Wednesday evening. “.
The National Center of Meteorology in the Emirates also recorded the tremor measuring 3.9 degrees.
The Emirati Center announced in a tweet to him through his account on “Twitter”, that the stations of the National Seismological Network of the National Meteorological Center recorded a tremor measuring 3.9 degrees Richter, east of Haradh in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.