A magnitude 5.4 earthquake on the scale of Ritcher has shaken this Monday in southern France, in an area near the Montélimar locality, in the department of Drôme. The earthquake has left at least four injured, one of them seriously.
According to the French newspaper Liberation, The epicenter of the earthquake, which has been felt shortly before noon, has been registered south of Montélimar, where a person was seriously injured after falling off a scaffold.
On the other hand, the prefect of the town of Ardeche has reported Three minor injuries. The mayor asked the inhabitants to "stay out of the houses for the moment."