Another earthquake was reported this afternoon in the southern part of the country with an updated magnitude of 4.5, according to the Puerto Rico Seismic Network.
The epicenter occurred at a depth of 13 kilometers with a maximum intensity of V in Guánica.
The telluric movement was recorded at latitude 17.94 and longitude 66.94. This is 6.49 kilometers southwest of Guánica and 12.68 kilometers southeast of Lajas.
“The Puerto Rico Seismic Network (RSPR) received reports that this slight tremor was reported to be widely felt throughout Puerto Rico. with a maximum intensity of V (Modified Mercalli Scale, MM). At the time of generating this bulletin, no damage has been reported, but due to its size and location, it cannot be ruled out ”reads the second bulletin.
Initially, the seismic station estimated that the magnitude of the earthquake was 4.28.
UPDATED: June 28, 2020 06:48:49 PM
Mag: 4.5 Ml, Depth: 13 Km, Direction: Int Max V in Guánica, PR
There is no Tsunami Warning, Warning or Watch for Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands
Issued: 2020-06-28 20:06:14 (GMT-4) https: //t.co/WsJh6RIhMg-519659007] – PR Seismic Network (@redsismica) June 29, 2020
PRELIMINARY: June 28, 2020 06:48:48 PM
Mag: 4.28 Ml, Prof: 13 Km, Direction: Int. Máx IV in Mayagüez, PR
There is no Warning, Warning or Surveillance of tsunami for Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands
Issued: 2020-06-28 18:51:15 (GMT -4) https://t.co/JgPNr7BxV5
– PR Seismic Network (@redsismica) June 28, 2020
No tsunami warning, warning or surveillance for Puerto Rico e Virgin Islands.
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This morning, a new wave of tremors shook Puerto Rico and although they originated again in the town of Guánica, one of the most affected by recent seismic activity in the island, at least one of them was felt by citizens in far southwestern places such as Bayamón, Old San Juan, Orocovis and Guayama.
The National Weather Service in San Juan indicated that a magnitude 5.3 tremor was felt at that 2:45 am Today, but soon after they indicated it was 4.9, citing information from the United States Geological Survey. No tsunami threat was generated.