Since Saturday, the University of the West Indies (UWI) Seismic Research Center has reported that they recorded a total of three quakes. None of them caused damage or injury.
The first was registered to be near Trinidad and Tobago on Saturday at around 6:14 a.m. The quake carried a magnitude of 3.9. Further details revealed that it was registered 84km northwest of the capital, Port of Spain. The second to jolt a Caribbean country then occurred southwest of the twin-island republic, just 73km southeast of San Fernando. This quake was stronger with a 4.2 magnitude. May Trinidad residents took to social media to share that they had felt the tremor.
Just under 24 hours later, the biggest quake of the three occurred. It was on Monday, just off Dominica at around 2:58 a.m., a 4.4 magnitude tremor occurred. It was recorded to be located 58 kilometers northeast of the capital, Roseau.