Quake hits southern Chile, a year after huge one

SANTIAGO/WASHINGTON (Reuters) – A strong quake of 6.0 magnitude struck on Sunday about 23 miles south of Concepcion, Chile, at a depth of 10.4 miles, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.

Chile’s state emergency office Onemi said there were no reports of damages or injuries and no risk of a tsunami. A spokeswoman said there were partial power cuts in the area, however.

One year ago today, February 27, Chile was hit with a massive, 8.8-magnitude quake and subsequent tsunami that killed more than 500 people and caused some $30 billion in damage.

The worst-hit region was in the south, near Concepcion


Natural Disasters such as these will continue to increase as Yahweh’s anger and wrath are poured out upon all of mankind.

Job 9:13 “God does not hold back His anger; Rahab’s assistants cringe in fear beneath Him!”
2 Samuel 22:39 “I wipe them out and crush them, and they do not rise; they fall beneath my feet.”