by Krystal Paco
Guam - Guam and Rota residents were shaken up this morning by what the US Geological Survey reports was a 5.4-magnitude earthquake.
The epicenter was located 23 miles southwest of Rota and 62 miles in depth.
According to Guam warning coordination meteorologist Chip Guard, the 10 a.m. jolt poses no danger of a tsunami.
He adds that tsunami warnings are typically issued following earthquakes 7.5 in magnitude and up.