YANGON — An earthquake of 6.0 magnitude hit Myanmar’s Bago region in the early hours of Friday, said the Meteorology and Hydrology Department.
The earthquake struck at 00:56 a.m. local time. The epicenter was 27.3 kilometers west-southwest of Phyu city in Bago region.
It was also followed by two shallow 5.3-magnitude aftershocks within a few minutes, a statement from the Myanmar Earthquake Committee said.
The earthquake was felt across the country including Yangon, Taungoo, Phyu, Pyi and Nay Pyi Taw cities, a department official told Xinhua.
There were no reports of any casualties from the earthquake so far. p: wjg