Director of the Seismic Network: There is no way to tell if a major earthquake will occur or not

Director of the Puerto Rico Seismological Network, Vector Hurbano (Center). Facebook photo

Dr. Vector Hurfano says it’s important to have family action plans when an earthquake is always ready.


Written by J. Miguel Santiago


Thursday, June 24, 2021, at 7:04 p.m.

Director of the Puerto Rico Seismological Network, Vector Hurbano (Center). Facebook photo

At 6 p.m., the Puerto Rico Earthquake Network recorded six aftershocks in the southwestern part of the island, although this could not be considered a precursor to a major earthquake, but the quake should be ruled out. The island is experiencing a major earthquake.

This was explained in an interview with Metro by Dr. Vector Hurbano, director of the island’s seismic network.

“There is no scientist, there is no group that can tell you that this is an omen, because there is no way, but on the other hand we can not say no, nothing big will definitely happen because something we can not do,” said the orphan.

You can find the full interview here:

Tremor in Puerto Rico

We spoke with Vector Hurbano, director of the Seismology Network, about today’s tremors in southwestern Puerto Rico.

Posted by Puerto Rico Metro Thursday, June 24, 2021

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