GUATEMALA CITY — A strong earthquake has rocked Guatemala and parts of El Salvador, but no there were no immediate reports of injuries or damage in either country.
The U.S. Geological Survey says the quake had a preliminary magnitude of 6.0.
The USGS says it hit Monday morning about 60 miles (97 kilometres) southwest of Guatemala City, where it was felt by many residents. There were reports of shaking in the Guatemalan countryside and in El Salvador as well.
Civil protection officials in the two countries says so far there are no reports of injuries or damage, but authorities are still checking.