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What Caused The 7.7 Magnitude Earthquake Felt Across South Florida?

A magnitude 7.7 earthquake occurred Tuesday afternoon around 2:10 p.m. along a section of the Oriente fault between Cuba and Jamaica. 
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Earthquake hits between Cuba and Jamaica

The Caribbean was hit by a powerful 7.7 magnitude earthquake. It was centered between Cuba and Jamaica, and felt in Miami. Manuel Bojorquez reports.
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FAU geologist says earthquake risk in South Florida is low [Video]FAU geologist says earthquake risk in South Florida is low

Tuesday's earthquake between Cuba and Jamaica is still on the minds of many South Floridians after tremors were felt in parts of Miami.

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Earthquake between Cuba and Jamaica felt in downtown Miami [Video]Earthquake between Cuba and Jamaica felt in downtown Miami

There were reports of buildings shaking in downtown Miami and points south on Tuesday afternoon following a 7.7 magnitude earthquake that struck off the island of Jamaica.

Credit: WPTV News | West Palm Beach     Duration: 00:59Published

Magnitude 7.7 earthquake hits between Cuba and Jamaica [Video]Magnitude 7.7 earthquake hits between Cuba and Jamaica

A 7.7 magnitude earthquake hit off the island of Jamaica on Tuesday, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. http://bit.ly/3aSorsH

Credit: Rumble     Duration: 02:34Published

Geologist puts earthquake in perspective [Video]Geologist puts earthquake in perspective

A geologist at Florida International University is putting the earthquake that struck between Cuba and Jamaica in perspective.

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Powerful 7.7 earthquake strikes in Caribbean between Cuba and Jamaica

A 7.7 magnitude earthquake has been reported in the Caribbean Sea between Jamaica and Cuba, the U.S. Geological Survey said.
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