4.3 Magnitude Earthquake Hits Gonaives Haiti

Did you know? There was 4.3 magnitude earthquake that hit northwest Haiti 15 miles west of the coastal city of Gonaives around 2:01 a.m. on Saturday July 18.

Earthquake in Haiti
Earthquake in Haiti

The U.S. Geological Survey say it was a light earthquake.

Lucky for the residents of Gonaives and the surrounding Haitian cities, the earthquake tremor took place 15 Miles off shore.

Many people in Gonaives say that they felt the earthquake but there were no damages reported.


Bagay Goudougoudou sa-a vini pou rete ke moun...

This goes to show that Port au Prince is not the only place in Haiti that need to reconsider their building and construction methods.

Kisa-w tande? Kisa-w panse?

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Guerlens says...

D'apres moi c'est tout le pays qui doivent etre surveiller par des autoriters parasismique mais n'est je crois qu'on est loin de cela je crois on doit expliquer a tout la population de cet pays qu'est ce qu'il doive faire pour proteger leur vie

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Robert Louissaint says...

I am sorry to go to another subject about Haiti but i was reading about a city called belleville.

I am wishing that you can help me by either pitures, or comments about that

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Ericka says...

mezanmi, n pa konn sa kap pase konsa papa

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Miggy says...

Hi Woody,
The whole Haiti needs to be reconstructed.

All we need is a President who is very organized, and knows how to delegate to execute projects and negotiate with all the other countries who are willing to

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