Updated: 6.9 earthquake rocks Trinidad
A 6.9 earthquake rocked Trinidad and Tobago on Tuesday evening.
The magnitude, originally reported as 6.8, has since been reviewed by a seismologist and revised.
According to the University of the West Indies Seismic Research Centre, the quake struck a latitude of 10.56 N, a longitude of 62.80 W and a depth of 86 km.
Meanwhile, initial reports say several buildings and property have sustained damage.
Parts of Port-of-Spain are also said to be without electricity.
Details are as follows
DATE AND TIME:
2018-08-21 5:31 pm (Local Time)
Longitude: 62.80 W
Depth: 86 km
55 km ESE of Carupano, Venezuela
95 km NE of Maturin, Venezuela
131 km SE of Porlamar, Venezuela
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