Earthquake Felt in Santiago de Cuba

HAVANA TIMES — Another perceptible earthquake occurred on Sunday in the eastern city of Santiago de Cuba with a magnitude of 3.5 on the Richter scale, reported the Prensa Latina.

According to information from the National Center for Seismological Research, the shock occurred at 9:07 am, its epicenter was 16 kilometers southeast of Siboney Beach, and it was 29 kilometers deep.

The fourth perceptible earthquake this year in Santiago, it was also felt in the municipalities of Palma Soriano, San Luis and Songo-La Maya.