CHIANG MAI, Thailand — Two small earthquakes strike the district of Om Koi on August 23 and 24, said the announcement of the Seismological Bureau.
According to the bureau, as reported by The Nation, a magnitude of 2.9 shook the district first at 9.59pm on August 23. Its epicenter was 4-kilometres deep and located at 17.564 degrees latitude North and 98.233 degrees longitude East.
The second shaking with a 2.1 magnitude transpired at 12.28am on August 24. Its epicenter was about 3 km deep, located at 17.577 degrees latitude North and 98.177 degrees longitude East.
The two small earthquakes caused no damage.
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