The geological fault lines near to the Greek Island of Rhodes that created the 6.4 quake on Tuesday continued to grumble through Wednesday.

The fault geological lines near to the Greek Island of Rhodes that created the 6.4 quake on Tuesday continued to grumble through to Wednesday morning. A quake of 5 on the Richter scale struck at 02:52 in the early hours of Wednesday waking many from their sleep. This was followed by a further three smaller aftershocks the last of which was felt at 10:00. Thursday was thankfully quake free.

Meanwhile the Cameli faults that caused damage last year to some properties in the high mountain area some 30 miles from Fethiye are also continuing to grumble on a regular basis.

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