Earthquake shook the south central area of ​​the country

An earthquake of medium intensity was perceived at around 9:55 p.m. in the Valparaíso, Metropolitana, O’Higgins, Maule, Ñuble and Biobío regions.

According to Seismology, the telluric movement had a magnitude of 6.1, with an epicenter 84 kilometers northwest of Constitución, with a depth of 44.6 kilometers.

The Hydrographic and Oceanographic Service of the Chilean Navy assured that “the characteristics of the earthquake do not meet the necessary conditions to generate a tsunami off the coast of Chile.”

The Onemi reported the following intensities on the Mercalli scale:

Coquimbo region

Combarbalá: III

Illapel: III

Los Vilos: III

Salamanca: III

Valparaíso region

Carob tree: III

Cartagena: V

Casablanca: V

Limache: III

Olmué: IV

Quillota: IV

San Antonio: IV

San Felipe: III

Santo Domingo: V

Valparaíso: V

Santiago Metropolitan Region

Cerro Navia: IV

Colina: IV

The Forest: IV

The Mount: IV

La Florida: IV

Macul: IV

Melipilla: III

Peñaflor: IV

High Bridge: IV

San Bernardo: IV

San José de Maipo: III

Santiago: IV

Region of the Liberator Bernardo O’Higgins

The Goats: IV

Lolol: IV

Machalí­: IV

Marchihue: V

Mostazal: III

Christmas: V

Olivar: III

Paredones: V

Peralillo: IV

Pichilemu: V

Rancagua: III

Requínoa: V

San Fernando: V

Santa Cruz: IV

Maule region

Cauquenes: V

San Clemente: V

San Javier: V

Talca: V

Bio bio region

Arauco: V

Chiguayante: IV

Conception: V

Coronel: V

Hualpén: V

Los Angeles: III

Lota: V

San Pedro de la Paz: IV

Santa Juana: IV

Talcahuano: V

Tome: IV

Araucania region

English: IV

Curacautí­n: IV

Perquenco: IV

Pitrufquén: V

Renaico: V

Temuco: IV

Teodoro Schmidt: IV

Toltén: II

Villarrica: IV

Ñuble region

Chillán: IV

Cobquecura: IV

Coelemu: V

Quillon: IV

Quirihue: V

San Fabián: V

Saint Nicholas: III

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