(CMR) A small earthquake shook sections of Trinidad and Tobago on Sunday (October 4).
Early reports are that 4.8 magnitude earthquake was felt at around 3:12 pm local time.
According to the UWI Seismic Research Centre, the quake was located 51 km North of Arima, 56 km North East of Port of Spain, and 57 km West of Scarborough.
Local news publications reported that citizens as far east of the quake's epicentre in La Horquetta and Arima, west as Carenage, and south as Princes Town reported feeling the shake.
Early last month, on September 4, the Twin Island republic was also rattled by a 5.5 earthquake.