A large 6.3 magnitude earthquake struck the coast of Argentina on Sunday and was measured 6.2 miles deep. There have been no reports of deaths, injuries or damages.
On Sunday, a 6.3 magnitude earthquake struck the southern coast of Argentina and was measured 6.2 miles deep; however, there have been no reports of deaths, injuries or damages to property, according to CNN.
The United States Geological Survey state that the 6.3 magnitude temblor shook the ocean floor between South America and Antarctica but was too far and too deep to cause any significant damage, reports the Associated Press.
Reuters notes that the seas were calm and no tsunami warnings have been posted by either the West Coast and Alaska Tsunami Warning Center or the Pacific Tsunami Warning Center.