At Least 10 Killed In Southern Spain Earthquakes
Two earthquakes struck southern Spain on May 11, killing at least ten people, destroying buildings, and leaving dozens of people injured.
The quakes, which could be felt in Madrid, had their epicenter near the towns of Lorca and Totana in the Murcia region. The initial tremor of 4.4 magnitude was followed by a quake of about 5.2 magnitude.
The Spanish government has deployed military emergency units to the affected areas.
compiled from agency reports