caribbean ppl this is serious thing did yall felt that earth quake?

cuz i felt it in st. lucia and i swear that the longest i felt it

this happen just moments ago

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
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    what you felt is real.

    go to http://www.stormcarib.com

    7.3 earthquake between Martinque and Dominican

    good luck to all. I hope no one is hurt)

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  • 1 decade ago

    THIS HAPPENED A FEW MILES SW OF ROSEAU,DOMINICA WHERE I LIVE.LET ME TELL YA..THAT WAS "PAS EASY".I WAS IN ROSEAU WHEN IT HAPPEND AND THEN I STARTED SEEING THE VEHICLES IN THE ROAD STARTED RUBBLING AND SHAKING..AND ALL I WA S HEARING WAS RUMBLING SOUNDS.

    DOMINICA FREQUENTLY EXPERIENCES EARTHQUAKES AND TREMORS.WE HAD AN EARTHQUAKE THE DAY B4 5.2.BUT I BEING ONLY 23 HAVE NEVER EXPERIENCED ONE SO HARD AND MY GOD -SO LONGGG.LIKE THE THING DIDNT WANA END,LASTED

    ALMOST LIKE A 2 MINS.

    I SWEAR I WAS JUST WAITING FOR THE EARTH TO RIP OPEN.BUT IT DIDNT NOT ATLEAST NOT WHERE I WAS.

    THANK GOD, DOMINICAN INFRUSTRUCTE IS VERY VERY STRONG MAYBE THE BEST IN THE CARIBBEAN FROM WHAT IM SEEING CUZ WE SUFFERED NO STRUCTURAL DAMAGE AND PLACES SOO FAR AWAY FROM THE EPICENTRE SUCH AS BARBADOS GOT SUCH STRUCTURAL DAMAGE.

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  • 1 decade ago

    Yes, I felt it. I'm from Puerto Rico. I was sitting in my desk, studying. Then, I felt my chair moving, and I saw the cables of the computer moving. I didn't know if it was real or not, so I look outside, and I saw people evacuating the building, so I did that too. But thank God, nothing happen. ☺ It was a little scary though.

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  • 1 decade ago

    It is Breaking News on the CaribbeanNetNews.

    French Dominica and Martinique were the closest islands to it.

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    Strong quake strikes Caribbean near Martinique

    WASHINGTON, USA (Reuters): A powerful but very deep earthquake with a magnitude of 7.3 struck near the Caribbean island of Martinique on Thursday, the United States Geological Survey said. The quake hit at 3 p.m. local time 13 miles northwest of the island, at a depth of 90 miles, it said. read more... [ . . . ]

    http://www.caribbeannetnews.com/news-4767--34-34--...

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    The Caribbean Media Corporation Headquartered in Barbados says:

    Major earthquake strikes 14 miles from Martinique

    * No danger of tsunami

    * No injuries reported in Barbados

    * Reports of minor damage to buildings in Bridgetown, Barbados

    * Traffic is gridlocked in Bridgetown and major highways in Barbados

    * Few buses are on the roads

    * Tremor felt across the region from Puerto Rico to Guyana, South America

    * Grantley Adams Int'l Airport in Barbados is open to flights

    * All airports across the region are open

    * Tremor lasted approximately 45 seconds

    * Last report of a tremor felt in Barbados was 1947

    Real ting....

    Lawd, Barbados was real- in a panic..... One house in the Parish of St. George had de' back-half of their kitchen breakway- and fall down some hill... Some old water mains also leggo' and stuff too in Barbados....

    My co-worker said her friend was in a Beauty salon at the time and she was in the chair getting her hair done. She say- next thing the girl in the chair start feeling her chair bouncing up and down and she start thinking wait, am I having a stroke??? Then she looked down at the floor and in the reflection she saw the ceiling fan rocking back and forth... It was then when she put two and two together and realized it wasn't her it had to be a quake....

    A next friend was speeding down the highway during the quake.... He said next thing he started feeling the car rumbling up and down and he started thinking to himself wait- this car is driving very badly now, I need to go and carry it into the shop to get serviced. After that he hear on all the radio call in programmes that people was talking about earthshake...

    Further, a next friend was walking down the street in Barbados... And next thing the quake start.... He start holding on to the telephone pole because he thought he was having a heart attack, but after he start holding on to the telephone pole now, he say- he feeling the telephone pole was rocking too and all the power lines start rocking.

    Barbados ent' used to Earthquakes at all.... lol..... Some of these quake stories I hear had me rolling on de floor.

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  • 1 decade ago

    YEs it true, I alive her I was at work at the waterfront and i thought it was the end of the building with me in it, I was soooo afraid...i don't ever want to experience that again...it was 7.4, that bad , and there wher other small one, thank God i did not feel them.

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