Above: a map of the quake (graphic: United States Geological Survey)
By the Caribbean Journal staff
A rare earthquake caused light shaking in the Cayman Islands on Saturday morning, according to the United States Geological Survey.
The 4.3-magnitude quake, which struck at around 7:53 AM local time, occurred at a depth of 10 kilometres.
Its epicentre was about 51 kilometres south-southwest of George Town and about 58 kilometres south-southwest of West Bay.
It was about 364 kilometres south-southwest of Trinidad, Cuba.
The quake was felt across the islands chain, with reports of light-to-moderate shaking in George Town and weaker shaking elsewhere.
There were no reports of damage or injuries.