(The Den) A magnitude 3.3 earthquake was reported early Wednesday morning (November 25) in the Cayman Islands.
According to the United States Geological Survey (USGS), the quake hit at 11.45 am local time at a depth of 10.0 km.
The earthquake struck 49 km south of Cayman’s capital, George Town.
Several Cayman residents reported feeling the small tremor, with officials in Cayman reporting no injuries or damage.
Earlier this year in January, a 7.7 magnitude quake struck near the Cayman Island triggering a tsunami alert.
The pacific Tsunami Warning Center later withdrew the alert.