ROSEAU, Dominica–The University of the West Indies (UWI) Seismic Research Centre recorded three earthquakes between Saturday and Monday, none of them causing any damage or injuries.
The latest and biggest was a 4.4-magnitude tremor that occurred off Dominica around 2:58am Monday. It was registered 58 kilometres (km) northeast of the capital Roseau.
Just under 24 hours before that, a 4.2-magnitude quake was felt by residents of Trinidad and Tobago. That occurred 73km southeast of San Fernando, which is located in the southwest of the twin-island republic.
On Saturday around 6:14am, there was a 3.9-magnitude quake that also jolted Trinidad and Tobago.
The tremor struck 84km northwest of the capital Port of Spain. ~ Caribbean360 ~
Source: Daily Herald
Three earthquakes hit Caribbean in 3 days