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Earthquake rattles west Trinidad
Reports of an earthquake occurring in West Trinidad this morning have been confirmed by The Univeristy of the West Indies Seismic Research Centre.
According to the Centre's website, the earthquake took place at 8:15 am north of the Paria Peninsula, Trinidad.
The event was located at 10.83°N and 62.46°W. The magnitude was 4.5 and the depth 10km.
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