A third earthquake rattles Dominican Republic’s south region

Thursday, October 18, 2012
By Paul Martin

TheExtinctionProtocol.com
October 18, 2012

DOMINCIAN REPUBLIC – A 4.7 magnitude quake rattled the Central Mountain towns of Padre las Casas and Constanza Tuesday night, panicking residents. It’s the third moderate tremor in as many days in the country’s south-central region, felt in several towns in the area. According to the United States Geodetic Survey, the quake occurred at 11:30pm, at a depth of 12.7 kilometers (around 8 miles). Inhabitants of the villages of Guayabal and Sabana Yegua also felt the shake and another, less intense aftershock minutes later. No damages have been reported thus far. –Dominican Today

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