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On Friday 26th January, 2018, there was a burst of earthquakes including moderate magnitude events at 10:40am, 10:47am, 4:30pm and 6:05pm local time, occurring west and south-west of Trinidad. In all, there were 9 events. The events were located between 10.5°N to 9.6°N and 61.7°W to 62.2°W. The magnitudes ranged from 3.4 to 5.2 and depths were generally shallow, less than 35 km. The earthquakes were reported as lightly felt across western Trinidad. No damage was reported. Bursts of earthquakes do occur and are not necessarily indicative of the occurrence of a larger magnitude event; however, as we continue to advise, a significant magnitude earthquake can occur at any time. Such an event might occur in the general area of these events or elsewhere in the vicinity of Trinidad and Tobago, which lies in an area where significant magnitude earthquakes do occur. For example, in the general area of today’s events, there were two earthquakes both of magnitude 6.5 in 1935 and 1945. We should, therefore, always be prepared. (Please note that these results are preliminary and may vary slightly when additional data are processed.)
Kronik wrote:skylinechild wrote:felt very hard in freeport.... solid 10 seconds if u ask me
lasted about 2 mins by me
Yes boy. Never felt it like that where u actually worried the house gonna collapseSoul Collector wrote:Really never experienced one like that before to the point it start worrying you. Like....this is what we does see on TV...
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