A quake estimated to be 4.2 in magnitude rattled eastern regions of Jamaica on Sunday afternoon.
According to the Android Earthquake Alerts System via Google, the quake took place at about 2:06 pm and 21 km from Kingston.
The Jamaica Observer made a post on Instagram asking followers whether or not they felt the quake and many persons had something to say about their experience, check out a few of their reactions below.
One person commented, “Felt it in Portland and was wondering if I am crazy because, since the last big earthquake, I am always randomly feeling phantom earthquakes.”
Another person reacted, saying, “I know my mind not tricking me!!!!. Cuz it felt nt bed move!!!”
See some more reactions below:
In late October Jamaica experienced an estimated 5.6 magnitude earthquake, the largest to hit the island in a while, since then an estimated 4.2 magnitude quake also shook sections of the island in late November.
The 5.6 magnitude earthquake was located approximately 10km south of Buff Bay, Portland.