The people of Puerto Rico can’t seem to catch a break as they were again rattled by an earthquake on Saturday morning.
According to preliminary reports coming from the US Geological Survey, a 6.0 earthquake shook parts of the country on Saturday around 9 a.m. This comes after Tuesday’s 6.4 quake, which was the strongest felt on the Caribbean island in a century.
Fortunately, unlike the first quake, no deaths have been reported, but a number of residents lost electricity.
Since December 28, more than 500 tremors of magnitude 2.0 or higher have hit the Island, forcing a number of residents to stay outdoors for fear that buildings will crumble on them.