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Earthquake Rocks Guatemala's Pacific Coast

By Paul Wylie     Jan 18, 2010 in World
A 6.0 earthquake shook the city of Cuilapa. It was felt as far away as El Salvador. There is no word on casualties or damage yet, according to public officials.
A 6.0 earthquake shook the Pacific coast of Guatemala and parts of El Salvador today. Public Protection officials have not been able to assess the damage or even give numbers on injured people.
The earthquake occurred at a depth of approximately 103 miles and shook the surrounding countryside, according to seismologists. No other information has been given at this time.
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