- Colonial capital of Antigua Guatemala suffers some injury within the quake
- To date, no experiences of accidents, the nation’s emergency administration system says
The quake was recorded at about 24 miles (38 kilometers) from the town of Puerto San Jose, in accordance with the USGS.
Based in 1527, Antigua Guatemala survived many pure disasters till an earthquake destroyed many of the metropolis in 1773, in accordance with UNESCO. The capital was moved to present-day Guatemala Metropolis, however the monuments and structure of the previous capital earned it the UNESCO World Heritage Website designation in 1979.
Images shared by emergency responders Thursday confirmed injury to the facade of some buildings and particles on some streets of Antigua Guatemala.
A spokesman for CONRED stated there aren’t any early experiences of accidents.