An earthquake of magnitude 5.5 shook the central region of Chile on Tuesday afternoon, according to the National Seismological Center of Chile. The earthquake occurred at a depth of 58 kilometers below the earth’s surface and 17.47 kilometers northwest of Melipilla.
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The earthquake could be perceived in the capital Santiago, as well as the regions of Coquimbo and Ñuble. At first, no material damage or damage was reported. Likewise, the tsunami alert by the authorities was immediately ruled out.
— (@Finance_Times) March 21, 2023
#Shaking magnitude 5.5 (Preliminary) with epicenter northwest of #MelipillaSantiago Metropolitan Region from Viña del Mar, Valparaíso Region.
Date and time in Chile: 14:38 – March 21, 2023 #earthquake #earthquake #Chili #Viña del Mar pic.twitter.com/oH7jTx84mc
— Verdeptune (@verdeptune) March 21, 2023
#Earthquake #Shaking #earthquake #earthquake #Chili
My video just when I was going to #CajonDelMaipo the earth begins to move, I finally hit it and it was 5.5 #richter in #Melipilla pic.twitter.com/C6c0gEXhNc
— victor valenzuela SJMaipo (@VictorSJMaipo) March 21, 2023