Dominican Republic

New earthquake is registered in the Dominican Republic


An earthquake of magnitude 4.5 was registered this Monday in the Dominican Republic, so far without the authorities having reported victims or damage.

The telluric movement occurred at 5:04 in the morning at a depth of 30.1 kilometers and had an epicenter north of Baní, Peravia, according to a bulletin from the National Seismology Center of the Autonomous University of Santo Domingo (UASD).

While the geologist Osiris de León indicated on Twitter that the earthquake occurred on the interior fault, so there is “nothing to fear.”

Users of social networks stated that the tremor was felt in various areas of the country, including Greater Santo Domingo.

El Caribe.

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