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(CNN)A magnitude 6.8 earthquake struck Thursday off Guatemala's Pacific coast, the US Geological Survey reported, causing some minor damage.
The quake was recorded at about 24 miles (38 kilometers) from the city of Puerto San Jose, according to the USGS.
One of the areas that suffered damage was Antigua Guatemala, the onetime colonial capital of Guatemala and a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site, according to CONRED, the country's emergency management system.
A major earthquake struck off the coast of Guatemala on Thursday, damaging buildings and downing trees as well as causing powerful tremors in neighboring El Salvador. There were no reports of casualties.
On June 14, a magnitude 6.9 tremor hit Guatemala and southern Mexico, leaving five people dead, causing power outages and knocking down homes.
All Earthquake Data Courtesy USGS
originally posted by: violet
a reply to: jadedANDcynical
Can't find anything else but a 4.3
Guatemala's latest earthquakes