Puerto Rico bracing for aftershocks after 5.8 quake
A damaging earthquake struck Puerto Rico early Monday, with plenty of aftershocks expected.
The magnitude 5.8 tremor happened at 5:32 a.m., the United States Geological Survey said.
It was centred about eight miles south-southeast of Indios, Puerto Rico, at a depth of about 3.7 miles below ground.
No major injuries were reported, Puerto Rico Director of Emergency Management Carlos Acevedo said.
He said some homes were damaged in Guanica, and a home collapsed in Guayanilla.
Some victims of the earthquake posted photos of deep cracks in walls. (CNN)