A 5.4-magnitude earthquake in southeast France caused four injuries to the nuclear power plant


On the morning of the 11th local time, a magnitude 5.4 earthquake struck the south of Montelimar City, Delong Province, southeast France, causing 1 serious injury and 3 minor injuries. It is understood that the focal depth of the earthquake is about 10km, and cities such as Lyon and Montpellier are obviously affected. Local officials in Delong province said the earthquake triggered an alarm in the Clua nuclear power plant. Fortunately, the earthquake did not damage the facilities in the plant. To ensure safety, EDF stopped working on the reactor inside the plant. (From CNNPN)