In Puerto Rico today, Saturday, January 20: Latest updated report, RSPR Live | Seismic Network | composition

Check the latest report of About the earthquake that struck Puerto Rico today, Saturday, January 20. The agency updates all the details of the seismic event recorded in the Caribbean island in real time. The agency is responsible for providing updated information on earthquakes recorded in the region, including the epicenter and magnitude of the most recent episode.

The RSPR monitors 24 hours a day, 7 days a week Seismic activity in Puerto Rico Provides real-time data on Earth movements at more than 100 observatories. Likewise, it works closely with local and federal authorities to guarantee the safety of residents of the capital, San Juanand the remaining 48 municipalities that make up the consolidated territory of the United States Bayamon, Carolina, Ponce, Caguas, Guanao, Arecibo, Baja shop, Mayakus, Trujillo Altoamong others.

  • How to Pack Your Emergency Bag in Case of an Earthquake

are around the area 5 earthquakes per day Y 3 earthquakes greater than 5.0 magnitude per year. Most active faults are located offshore, meaning that most earthquakes in the region do not cause loss of life or significant damage. Major destructive earthquakes in Puerto Rico are rare and most have historically occurred offshore, making the area prone to destructive tsunamis.

The last earthquake hit Puerto Rico today, Saturday, January 20

Tips before calling emergency numbers in Puerto Rico

  • be quiet. It is important that you remain calm in order to provide accurate and clear information to the 911 operator.
  • Identify the nature of the emergency. Is it a fire, accident, medical emergency or crime?
  • Specify your location. A 911 operator must know the location of an emergency in order to dispatch the appropriate emergency services.
  • Provides additional information. The 911 operator needs to know more information about the emergency, such as the number of victims, the condition of the victims, or other relevant details.
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