Earth trembles in Kilkis as new 4.8 magnitude shocker hits town

Scientists reassure the sequence is normal

A 4.8 magnitude aftershock has hit the town of Kilkis in Macedonia. The epicentre was 28km north of the town at 7.30pm. The depth was estimated at 2km. Seismologist Manolis Skordilis, a professor at the Aristotelian University of Thessaloniki said the sequence of aftershocks was evolving as expected as the magnitude of the shockers were gradually waning.