Earthquake Felt In Sections Of Jamaica

 



This morning, Sunday June 14, an earthquake was felt across Jamaica.

According to the US Geological Survey the earthquake was at a magnitude of about 4.0 and around eight kilometers off the coast of Buff Bay, Portland.

Reportedly, it happened around 3:00 a.m. at a depth of 10 kilometers.

Our news team also received reports from residents who claimed to have felt the quake.

A few said it resulted in them not having electricity for a while, however, the Jamaica Public Service (JPS) is yet to confirm.

 

 

Shannon Dale Reid

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