Two earthquakes in two days

Monday's 4.3 magnitude earthquake struck 5.7 miles south-south east of East End, Grand Cayman.
Monday's 4.3 magnitude earthquake struck 5.7 miles south-south east of East End, Grand Cayman. - Map: USGS

Cayman experienced two tremors over the past two days.

Both earthquakes measured over magnitude 4.

The latest, with a magnitude of 4.3, occurred at 11:52am on Monday, 29 miles south-southeast of East End, at a depth of 5.7 miles.

On Sunday, a 4.6 magnitude tremor was recorded 31.5 miles southeast of East End at 1:35pm.

Residents reported they felt shaking in both instances.

Hazard Management Cayman Islands said that there were no reports of damage and no tsunami alerts were issued in relation to either tremor.

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