A 5.4 magnitude quake hit Costa Rica at 1:37 am Friday. According to the report by the Ovsicori, the epicenter was located 9 km northeast of Quepos, at a depth of 46 km.

The Red Sismologica Nacional (RSN) reported the quake as a 5.3, with the epicenter 13 km southeast San Carlos de Tarrazu, at a depth of 36 km.

Whichever, the tremor was felt strongest in the Central Pacific coast and Central Valley.

 

 


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