ATHENS, Greece, Sept. 12 (UPI) -- A 5.4-magnitude earthquake rattled an area near the Greek island of Gavdos Wednesday, seismologists said.
The earthquake, with an epicenter about 5 miles deep, was felt to the north on the island of Crete, Greek Reporter reported.
Officials said no damage or injuries were reported.
Soon after, a 4.2-magnitude earthquake was recorded near the island of Milos in the southern Aegean Sea, officials said.
Greek Reporter said no damage or injuries were reported after the second quake.
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