Another weak earthquake hits Ranau in Sabah

Another weak earthquake hits Ranau in Sabah

KUALA LUMPUR - A weak 4.0 magnitude earthquake hit Ranau, Sabah, early Thursday.

The tremor with a depth of 10km and 11km northwest of Ranau was felt by those living in the area, the Malaysian Meteorological Department said in a statement.

According to Bernama, two weak earthquakes were recorded in Ranau on Wednesday.

A 2.5 magnitude quake hit at 11.51am while a second measuring 3.4 on Richter scale struck at 6.12pm.

The department has recorded more than 65 aftershocks since the June 5 Mount Kinabalu earthquake which resulted in the deaths of 18 people.

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