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No tsunami warnings after 6.7 quake

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Guam - According to the US Geological Survey, a temblor on Wednesday afternoon measured in at 6.7 on the Richter Scale, and occurred 27 miles northwest of Piti about 107 miles deep. The quake was initially recorded as registering 7.1 on the Richter Scale, but it was later downgraded to 6.7.

Based on preliminary information collected by the Joint Information Center, there are no tsunami warnings or watches at this time and no reports of injuries related to the earthquake.   

A rock slide was reported along East Agana behind Uttams resulted in minor damage to the building. If you have damage to report, call at 478-0208.

According to Guam Power Authority spokesperson Art Perez, crews at the utility agency have been dispatched to reported outages from Talofofo down towards the Malojojo Transfer Station, Dandan all the way to Bear Rock Inarajan, in addition to a pocket outage in Yigo.



If you experience an outage related to today's earthquake, you can call 475-1472/3/4.

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