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Apparent meteor unsettles many in Puerto Rico amid quakes

Seattle Times Friday, 17 January 2020
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (AP) — An apparent meteor streaked low across the sky in Puerto Rico on Friday, setting social media abuzz as the spectacle amazed some people and unsettled others on an island still being hit daily by small earthquakes. The bright burning ball was caught by security cameras and people randomly taking […]
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News video: Why Is Puerto Rico Having So Many Earthquakes?

Why Is Puerto Rico Having So Many Earthquakes? 02:40

The island of Puerto Rico hasn't stopped trembling since late December, when recent earthquakes began. The strongest hit a little more than a week ago. But is this frequency of quakes normal, and is there an end in sight? CBS2's Vanessa Murdock went looking for answers.

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