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Breaking Earth News: Southern Caribbean
Feb 28, 2007
Two earthquakes have now been recorded in Trinidad and Tobago in the space of one week. The lastest earthquake struck on Tuesday morning around 9:26 and was felt in several parts of the country. It measured 4.3 magnitude. The previous earthquake was felt last Friday at approximately 10:48 am and again mainly in the north. Friday's earthquake measured 4.7. Seismologists describe the frequency of the earthquakes as UNUSUAL.
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