You will find enough information online about the major M7.7 earthquake that struck the Caribbean on January 28, 2020.
Here I present a compilation of the first videos that have surfaced on the different social networks showing the consequences and effects of the strongest quake recorded in the area since 1900. … And many of those footages are very impressive.
First footages show that some roads have collapsed across the Cayman Island after the strong and shallow jolt.
Road collapsed at many points on the Cayman islands in the 7.7 #earthquake 1 meter high #tsunami warning was #miami #cayman #Jamaica #cuba ?? #TemblorPR #Terremoto #Temblor #Sismo pic.twitter.com/d5SElSn3rB— Angel Elemiah (@MaximoSPQR) January 28, 2020
Moreover, some large sinkholes are opening in yards threatening million dollar homes to collapse.
the cracks and craters are also opening up in the back country:
7.7 magnitude earthquake in Jamaica…..tsunami warnings. pic.twitter.com/mmKafzRLrU— Island_empresss (@EmpresssIsland) January 28, 2020
Now, look at the water in this pool waving like crazy:
This is from the Grand Cayman Island as a 7.7 earthquake occurred off the coasts of Cuba and Jamaica. (Via Jaiden Martin Sins on Facebook) pic.twitter.com/Wxtr8xMkX5— Chad (@ChadBlue_) January 28, 2020
And what about those water silos? Totally wild, isn’t it?
The cars are swinging, the lights are swaying and everything is moving around in Cuba
In Miami, Florida, people had to evacuate buildings in the finance district
and are blocking traffic in the streets
#28Ene El terremoto registrado entre las Islas de Jamaica y Cuba se sintió en Miami y por seguridad dieron orden de desalojo en edificios. Vía: @jcarolinaisava #Video Cortesía pic.twitter.com/SvFlcijTrd— Qué Pasa en Venezuela (@QPEV_) January 28, 2020
Tsunami waves reaching 1-3 feet above tide level are possible for some coasts of Belize, Cuba, Honduras, Mexico, Cayman Islands and Jamaica following powerful 7.7-magnitude earthquake in Caribbean Sea, NWS Tsunami Warning Center says.
UPDATE: Tsunami waves reaching 1-3 feet above tide level are possible for some coasts of Belize, Cuba, Honduras, Mexico, Cayman Islands and Jamaica following powerful 7.7-magnitude earthquake in Caribbean Sea, NWS Tsunami Warning Center says. pic.twitter.com/zJzF6Rh3jC— NBC News (@NBCNews) January 28, 2020