A 6.0 Magnitude Earthquake Struck 33 Miles NNE of Salta, Argentina.

June 2, 2012 – A 6.0 Magnitude Earthquake Struck Near the Borders of Argentina, Bolivia and Paraguay: The quake struck at 4:52AM at the epicenter. It was 3:52AM in New York, 2:52AM in Chicago, 1:52AM in Denver and 12:52AM in Los Angeles.
The tremor occurred at a very deep 520 kilometers (323 miles) and was, therefore, felt over a very wide area; no doubt shaking most of the countries around Argentina (see map).
The trembler occurred 4 miles southeast of Yacuiba, Bolivia; 33 miles NNE of Tartagal, Salta, Argentina; 81 miles ESE of Tarija, Bolivia and 912 miles NNW of Buenos Aires, D. F., Argentina.
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