Cayman Islands Lightly Shaken By 4.1-Magnitude Earthquake
Above: Grand Cayman
By the Caribbean Journal staff
The Cayman Islands was lightly shaken by a 4.1-magnitude earthquake south of Grand Cayman early Wednesday morning, according to the United States Geological Survey.
The quake occurred at about 10:30 AM, 64 kilometres south of Bodden Town and 66 kilometres south of Georgetown — about 394 kilometres south-southwest of Cienfuegos, Cuba.
There were no reports of damage, but there were reports of shaking felt across Grand Cayman, particularly on the island’s western edge.
The quake struck at a depth of nine kilometres.