In this Oct. 6, 2018, photo, an asphalt road and toppled houses scatter across an area hit by liquefaction during an earthquake in the Balaroa neighborhood in Palu, Central Sulawesi, Indonesia. The 7.5 magnitude quake triggered not just a tsunami that leveled huge swathes of the region's coast, but a geological phenomenon known as liquefaction, making the soil move like liquid and swallowing entire neighborhoods. (AP Photo/Aaron Favila)

The Indonesian island of Celebes was hit Tuesday by a new earthquake of magnitude 5.1, less than two weeks after being devastated by a magnitude 7.5 earthquake followed by a deadly wave killing nearly 2,000 people.

The epicenter of the new earthquake is 13 kilometers east of the city of Palu and 10 kilometers deep, according to the USGS geological institute. 

No tsunami warnings were issued and there were no reports of casualties or injuries in the area at the moment.