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Earthquake - 4 February, 2020 MAGNITUDE: 4.3 - Page 5 - Trinidad, Tobago / Caribbean - Posted: 5th Feb, 2020 - 1:57am

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Trinidad & Tobago Hurricanes And Earthquakes - Page 5

So according to the UWI they say you have to get outside but I read in other sites that going outside is the worst thing to do. WHat are you really supposed to do during an earthquake?

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If you are outside then you stay outside and move away from anything that could fall on you.

If you are driving, you pull over and stop. You don’t park on a bridge, under a bridge or under electric wire etc. If you are inside then you should try to leave while the shaking is going on, but do not use the elevators.



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Post Date: 5th Feb, 2020 - 1:57am / Post ID: #

Earthquakes Hurricanes Tobago and Trinidad

Earthquake - 4 February, 2020

MAGNITUDE:
4.3

LOCATION:
Latitude: 10.82N
Longitude: 62.00W
Depth: 10 km

NEARBY CITIES:
57 km WNW of Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago
82 km WNW of Arima, Trinidad and Tobago
87 km NW of San Fernando, Trinidad and Tobago.

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