MIAMI (CBSMiami) — A 4.3 magnitude earthquake struck just off the coast of Cuba Tuesday evening, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
The earthquake hit Northeast of Cuba at around 10:oo p.m.
It was felt in the keys, predominantly in the lower keys according to CBS4’s Craig Setzer.
No injuries have been reported.
Last month, a magnitude 5.1 earthquake struck just off the northern coast of Cuba just before 3 p.m. on January 9th.
The earthquake, according to the USGS, struck just 24 miles north of Corralillo, Cuba, or about 112 miles east of Havana. The earthquake was reportedly 12.4 miles below the earth’s surface.
People along Duval Street in Key West couldn’t stop talking about the quake.
“I felt the bed was shaking,” said Wolfgang Fischer, who was visiting from Germany.
According to the USGS, at least 27 reports have come from Key West about weak to…
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