A very small earthquake was recorded in a few parts of Trinidad in the early hours of Monday morning. The earthquake had a magnitude of 3.8 which means the tremor was quite mild.
The seismic research center located at the University of West Indies, the St. Augustine campus, reports that the earthquake occurred in the western part of Trinidad at about 2:09 am.
This is located at 10.88 degrees north and 61.94 degrees west at a depth of four kilometers.
No damage has been reported so far. This is not the first earthquake experienced on the island this year. One was experienced sometime in January, though that was also mild magnitude. No damage to life or property was recorded then as well.