A robust 6.3-magnitude earthquake has struck off Panama’s Pacific coast close to the city of Boca Chica
PANAMA CITY — A robust 6.3-magnitude earthquake struck Tuesday off Panama’s Pacific coast close to the city of Boca Chica.
The U.S. Geological Survey stated the quake hit at 5:18 native time (22:18 UTC) and its epicenter was about 44 miles (71 kilometers) south of Boca Chica. The earthquake occurred at a depth of eight miles (13 kilometers).
Panama’s civil protection workplace stated there have been no fast stories of damages. However the workplace stated the quake was felt on close by Coiba Island.
Nationwide Civil Protection Director Carlos Rumbo instructed native press that his workplace had not obtained stories of injury or accidents, however was persevering with to verify with folks within the provinces alongside the Pacific coast.