Wednesday, August 17, 2022

Saint Lucia Experiences Second Earthquake This Week

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On Wednesday, Saint Lucia experienced a magnitude 3.9 earthquake, the second this week.

The information regarding the latest event is as follows:


3.9 160 km 2022-02-23 18:04 (UTC)

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2022-02-23 2:04 pm (Local Time)


14.94N 61.13W


38.0 km N of Fort-de-France, Martinique SRC automatic

49.0 km SE of Roseau, Dominica

102.0 km N of Castries, Saint Lucia

On Monday at 2:12 pm an earthquake rattled parts of Saint Lucia, but the National Emergency Management Organisation (NEMO) said it had received no reports of damage or injuries.

People in Castries and Gros Islet were among those who reported feeling the effects of Monday’s event.

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  1. While you fools pray. I moving everything I own to the peak of Mount Jimmie. That’s the only place that be above water, when this $hit-rock begins to sink.

  2. Stop the voodoo, obeah, envy, jelousy and strife. Seek the Lord while he make be found. Blood is crying from the grave and the Lord is not pleased with what’s ahppenign in St. Lucia.

  3. We all need to pray, communicate with our Almighty, seek wisdom and understanding, raise our consciousness, partner with the Holy Spirit for guidance and direction and take action
    Be kind, generous and supportive of each other
    Believe that we have the power to create change and resolve to unite with one mind to manifest it

  4. Its getting too close for comfort, the Islands are all linked from its creation by that frightening reminder ever so often over the centuries; but be mindful that the good Book predicted that at the End times, to expect such to happen, wars & rumours of wars, Pestilences (Covid) famine, etc. etc. what I don,t like is the crime epidemic. Let us call on all the Churches to begin praying for an end to all this crime while the poor are getting poorer and no relief in sight.

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