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NATIONAL EARTHQUAKE CENTER CALLS QUAKE A 4.3

A 4.3 magnitude earthquake rumbled through St. Thomas at 10:43 p.m. Wednesday, alarming some residents but causing no reported damage.
The National Earthquake Information Center placed the quake at 18.43 N and 64.49 W and about 33 miles deep in the earth's crust.
This puts the origin of the earthquake about nine miles east of Coral Bay, St. John.

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A 4.3 magnitude earthquake rumbled through St. Thomas at 10:43 p.m. Wednesday, alarming some residents but causing no reported damage.
The National Earthquake Information Center placed the quake at 18.43 N and 64.49 W and about 33 miles deep in the earth's crust.
This puts the origin of the earthquake about nine miles east of Coral Bay, St. John.