The epicentre of the earthquake. / IGN

Magnitude 3.2 earthquake registered in Andalucía's Fuente-Tójar

The seismic movement was detected at 7.59 am this Wednesday (24 November) at a depth of nine kilometres


Spain’s National Geographic Institute (IGN) recorded a 3.2 magnitude earthquake in Andalucía this Wednesday morning, 24 November.

Specifically, it was at 7.59 am and its epicentre was in Fuente-Tójar (Cordoba province), at a depth of nine kilometres.

Although it was felt by residents in the local area there are no reports of personal injury or material damage, according to the 112 Andalucía emergency control centre.