A strong 5.1 earthquake struck the U.S.-Caribbean territory of Puerto Rico on Christmas Eve, Friday. It has been reported that the massive Puerto Rico earthquake shook the region rattling windows and doors across the island. However, no major damages and casualties have been reported.
It has been reported by the U.S. Geological Survey that the Puerto Rico earthquake occurred at a depth of 103 kilometers south-southwest of the capital of San Juan at 7:43 pm.
The Puerto Rico earthquake, with a depth of 64 miles, occurred on Christmas Eve just a couple of miles from the central mountain town of Aguas Buenas.
According to the reports, the Puerto Rico earthquake lasted for about 30 seconds and felt hard, leaving some people really scarred. Although, after the shakes of Puerto Rico earthquake six ceiling panels fell at American Airlines terminal, the international airport in San Juan is open and operating normally, and no one was injured.