4.2 magnitude earthquake felt across Jamaica

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4.2 magnitude earthquake felt across Jamaica

Monday, September 18, 2017

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ST ANDREW, Jamaica — Sections of the island were last night rattled by an earthquake with a magnitude 4.2.

The Earthquake Unit at the University of The West Indies said the quake, which occurred at 11:56 pm, was located off the south west of Treasure Beach in St Elizabeth at a focal depth of 15 kilometres.

The quake was reportedly felt in St Elizabeth, St James, St Andrew and Hanover.

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