Port Moresby: A 7.6 magnitude earthquake has been recorded in the eastern part of Papua New Guinea, killing one person and injuring several others.
According to the European Mediterranean Seismological Center, the earthquake occurred at a depth of 80 kilometers. A tsunami warning was also issued after the earthquake, but the warning was canceled shortly after.
According to the news agency, as a result of the earthquake, one person was killed and several people were injured by being buried under the debris, who have been shifted to the hospital.
According to media reports, the magnitude of the earthquake was so strong that it damaged buildings and cracked roads. Information provided.