4.2 magnitude aftershock hits Dolakha, Nepal

An aftershock of magnitude 4.2 hit Dolakha at 11:10 am Wednesday, Nepal Seismological Center reported.

The epicenter was located between Tsho Rolpa Glacial Lake and Tama Koshi River.

Mild tremor was felt in Kathmandu valley. The capital city is located around 100 km far from the epicenter. No further damage or injuries have been reported.

Yesterday, Nepal Seismological Center recorded at least three aftershocks in Nepal with magnitude equal to 4 or greater.

At least 248 aftershocks of magnitude 4 and greater have been recorded till the April 25, 2015 major earthquake.

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