On Saturday morning, a 6.8 magnitude earthquake struck 55.3 miles west of Tarauaca, Brazil.
Around 11:25 a.m. Pacific Time the quake reportedly struck 357.28 miles deep.
According to the U.S. Geological Survey, only a few people have reported having felt the quake, at this time.
Even being a larger magnitude quake, it remains a ‘green alert’ related to fatalities and economic losses meaning it has a low likelihood of causing damages.
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