CARACAS: A notable quake consisting of 7.3 hit Venezuela’s far eastern coastline, the home of mostly poor offshore fishing community, Tuesday mid-day.
Rattling homes, structures as distant as Colombian Bogota and also eliminating electrical power within areas of Trinidad.
However the tremor’s intensity – 76.5 miles (123 kilometres) which was primarily due to being under the surface area – seemed to have reduced damages.
Venezuelan authorities explained that presently there were little reports from personal injuries, and even a couple of sources within the state heating oil agency PDVSA, informed Middle East Headlines News that the OPEC refineries and also the oil sectors were running normally.
PDVSA did not provide further feedback or comments.
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