Earthquake Off Cuba's Coast Felt In Key West, Residents Not Rattled
There was a magnitude 5.1 earthquake between Key West and Cuba Thursday afternoon. According to the National Weather Service in Miami, the epicenter was about 110 miles southeast of Key West, and there was no tsunami warning. Here's the news you heard on air:
Key West residents Pam Hobbs, Cori Convertito and author Janet Hartwell talked with WLRN's Sammy Mack about feeling tremors. See some of their quotes in the Storify below, and hear their voices here:
Tampa Bay residents called media stations reporting feeling shaking, but as of Thursday evening those reports are unconfirmed.