Two small tremors shake East End

| 24/03/2020 | 0 Comments
Cayman News Service
4.6M earthquake on Sunday, 23 March

(CNS): Cayman experienced two small earth quakes recently, and although residents reported feeling them neither of the tremors were of significant magnitude. According to the USGS, at 1:35pm on Sunday there was a quake measuring around 4.6M about 31 miles off the coast of East End, followed by a second smaller tremor on Monday about noon, which was 4.3 magnitude and about 25 miles off the East End coast.


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