Massive 6.2 Earthquake Rocks Trinidad and Tobago
An earthquake, magnitude 6.2, hit Trinidad and Tobago at roughly 5:42pm on Tuesday afternoon.
The epicenter of the earthquake occurred just 16km south east of Scarborough, Tobago at a depth of 29km.
It was located 78 km north east of Arima and 99 km north east of Port of Spain.
People reported feeling the earthquake nationwide including Chaguanas, Trincity, Point Fortin, Couva, Arima, Santa Cruz, Port of Spain.
The Office of Disaster Preparedness and Management and The UWI Seismic Research Centre have confirmed that there is currently NO tsunami warning in place.