Two earthquakes shook the Peruvian capital on Tuesday morning.
A 3.9-magnitude earthquake shook the city at 2:48 am, according to Peru’s Geographical Institute (IGP).
The earthquake’s epicenter took place 58 kilometers south of Lima, with a depth of 52 kilometers.
The IGP said a second 3.9-magnitude gently shook Lima at 8.35 am.
The earthquake’s epicenter was located 60 kilometers south of Lima, and had a depth of 56 kilometers, RPP reported.
Update: A third earthquake shook the Peruvian capital at 2:44 pm.
The earthquake had a magnitude of 4.3 on the Richter scale, and its epicenter was located 57 kilometers south east of Lima, at a depth of 55 kiometers.
Two 3.9M-earthquakes shook the Peruvian capital on Tuesday morning.