SINT MAARTEN – A 5.2 magnitude earthquake struck the islands of the North Eastern Caribbean on Friday afternoon at a depth of 43 kilometers, according to a preliminary report from the National Earthquake Information Center of the U.S. Geological Survey.
The University of the West Indies Seismic Research Centre says that it has received reports that the quake was felt in Barbuda and Sint Maarten.
The quake was took place at 1.43PM Friday afternoon and was centered 77 miles East north-east of Anguilla and Sint Maarten.
There hasn’t been any reports of damage reported at this time.
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