Yep -- what the headline says.
The US Geological Survey is reporting that there was an earthquake 38km N of Corralillo, Cuba.
People in Key West reportedly felt it:
— Vice-Queen Maria (@vicequeenmaria) January 9, 2014
The quake happened at 3:58 p.m.
a friend of mine who lives in Key West felt the earth quake. He said it was soft, swaying side to side. He thought he was going crazy!
— Jesenia ☮ (@jstreet22) January 9, 2014
There is no tsunami danger:
That, I imagine, wouldn't end well. MT @NWSKeyWest: 5.0 earthquake has occurred 110 miles SE of Key West. There is no tsunami danger.
— Corey (@richardpwnsner) January 9, 2014
And this guy asks what we're all wondering -- what is an earthquake doing here? Scram!
An earthquake 200 miles away from me and I didn't feel it?? WTF is an earthquake doing happening here? Between Key West and Cuba!
— Mike Carroll (@countrydarts) January 9, 2014
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