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Did you feel an earthquake in north-west Trinidad this morning?
Residents of Glencoe in north-west Trinidad who thought they felt an earthquake this morning were right.
The University of the West Indies Seismis Research Centre today issued a scientific advisory confirming that an earthquake was recorded north of Trinidad's Paria Peninsula at 9:33 am.
"The event was located at 10.78°N and 62.30°W. The magnitude was 4.0 and the depth 110km," the advisory stated.
If you feel an earthquake, send us a tweet at @GuardianTT and let us know where and when you were when you felt it.
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