😲 When Mother Earth Throws a Dance Party in Central America: Who Felt It? 🌍💃
TL;DR;: Major 6.5 magnitude tremor rumbles off the coast of El Salvador, giving Central America quite the shaky wakeup call. No injuries or tsunamis, but a whole lot of chatter! 📢🤔
Ever had that wild dream where the floor’s moving under you and you’re not sure if you’ve just had too much caffeine or if it’s real? Well, for folks across Central America, there was no second guessing; they were in the middle of a 6.5 magnitude earthquake, courtesy of Mother Earth.🌏
Positioned off the coast of El Salvador, specifically about 27 miles south of Intipuca, this epicentre wasn’t playing around, and neither were the vibes it sent out. Stretching its shaky hands all the way from Nicaragua to Guatemala, Central America felt its groove.🕺
San Salvador streets turned into spontaneous gathering spots. I mean, when the ground’s shakin’, you step out and chat about it, right?😄 But here’s the kicker: no immediate damage or injuries. Phone lines buzzing with chat, but everyone’s like, “All good over here!” Cool, calm and collected – we stan a resilient Central America.👏
Imagine being in a meeting, and Mother Nature’s like, “Hold my beer!” 😂 The Legislative Assembly in El Salvador had lawmakers taking an unexpected break, desk fleeing style. But being the pros they are, they were back in action moments later. Mother Earth’s groove didn’t halt the political jam.
However, everyone had a lingering question: Tsunami or no tsunami? 😬 Thankfully, El Salvador’s Environment Ministry gave a resounding “Nah, we’re good!” on that front.
Nicaragua wasn’t left out either. The earthquake felt like a popular song request; the capital and Pacific coast got a good jive. Yet, Rosario Murillo, Nicaragua’s VP and First Lady, said no reports of any dance injuries (or any injuries for that matter).🎶
So, why does Earth decide to shake, rattle, and roll every so often? And while we’re on the topic: how prepped are you for a natural wiggle from our planet? 🤨
Remember peeps, stay informed, stay safe, and always have that earthquake-ready playlist to keep the mood light. 🎧
Now, over to you: If Earth had a playlist, what song do you think it played for Central America this time? 🎵🤔