Caribbean plate stress: Cuba and Jamaica rattled by tremors

March 10, 2012JAMAICAThe Earthquake Unit at the Mona Campus of the University of the West Indies says tremors from a magnitude 5.0 (4.9 USGS) earthquake that occurred in Cuba this morning were felt in several parishes in Jamaica. This is the second earthquake felt in Jamaica in consecutive days following the 3.4 magnitude quake recorded near Yallahs, St Thomas, yesterday. A release from the unit says this morning’s earthquake occurred at 3:34 and was felt in Clarendon, St Catherine, St Mary and Kingston and St Andrew. There are no reports of any damage or injuries. The epicentre of the earthquake was in the Santiago de Cuba province. –Go Jamaica
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5 Responses to Caribbean plate stress: Cuba and Jamaica rattled by tremors

  1. Dianne Ford says:

    Holy Wow! More and more earthquakes everywhere. O M Goodness


  2. Audrey says:

    Yep, and it makes me wonder how come there are no updates on these and the earthquakes in the news, kinda strange


  3. Audrey says:

    This website is pretty good. It gives you updates on whats happening around the world as far as the earth’s recent activity


  4. eduardomonzon says:

    Northern Chile (Peru, Bolivia border) is being rattled by several tremors. Some of them are over the 5.0 scale. Nobody seems to care or know what happens


  5. luLu says:

    We were in Ocho Rios and didn’t feel a thing at 1:45 am! Others at the resort were completely freaked out and felt it!


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