The quakes were concentrated about 30 miles south of the Punta de Brica Peninsula, south of the Panama-Costa Rica border. It was a hit at 2:15 pm Pacific time.
The USGS sway map shows that sway was felt throughout the region, north to the Costa Rica-Nicaragua border and east past Panama City.
A Costa Rican man living about 100 miles north of the quake tweeted that he felt “first a moderate rolling shock, then a sudden strong shock.”
There was no immediate report of damage and no tsunami warning was issued.
Under development: This story will be updated.
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