Two powerful earthquakes have hit El Salvador in the past six hours News from El Salvador

Two powerful earthquakes have hit El Salvador in the past six hours  News from El Salvador

According to information from the Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources, earthquakes were recorded within a few minutes of each other.

People felt two strong earthquakes in the early hours of Wednesday, and both movements originated off the coast, in the vicinity of El Salvador.

According to information from the Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources, earthquakes were recorded within a few minutes of each other.

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The first had a strength of 4.7, Was recorded at 2:42 a.m., and originated 61 kilometers southwest of the Limba Estuary, and was 20 kilometers deep.

The other earthquake was 5.6 magnitude, It happened at 2:47 am, and the epicenter was off the coast of La Paz, 34 km southwest of the mouth of Galtbec, and was 43 km deep.

The latter was longer and more violent.

Our audiences, present across the region, have reported noticing at least one of the movements.

On the civil protection side, it was said that “there were no accidents due to the sensitive earthquakes this morning.”

In addition, the Foundation has reminded citizens of the emergency numbers in case of any eventuality.

Less than a month ago, another earthquake was recorded in the vicinity of the earthquake at the mouth of the Limba River.

It happened on January 15th, its magnitude was 4.9 degrees, and it happened at 11:09 in the morning.

The Marne noted that the epicenter occurred off the coast of San Vicente, 42 kilometers south of the Limba Estuary.

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Users on social networks indicate that it has been felt in various departments of the country, including Sonsonate, San Miguel, Usulután, San Salvador and Cuscatlán.

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