Magnitude-6.7 Earthquake Strikes Guam; No Injuries, Damage Reported

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A 6.7-magnitude struck northwest of Guam late Tuesday night, but no damage or injuries have been reported.

A magnitude-6.7 earthquake struck near Guam late Tuesday night, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.

The quake hit at a depth of nearly 85 miles at around 11:14 p.m. PST, or local time of 4:14 p.m. Wednesday in Guam, the Geological Survey said.

The temblor’s epicenter was located about 30 miles northwest of Hagatna, Guam’s capital.

“By all accounts, Guam was not affected in a major way by this strong earthquake,” according to a Facebook post from the Guam Homeland Security Office of Civil Defense. “There are no reports of major damage at this time from the Emergency Operations Center.”

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