Strong 6.9 quake hits southwestern Colombia: USGS
(Reuters) - A strong 6.9 magnitude earthquake rocked southwestern Colombia on Saturday, the U.S. Geological Survey said.
The quake, centered 6 miles southwest of Pasto, was 80.5 miles deep and was felt as far away as Quito, Ecuador.
USGS originally reported the quake, which struck at 1416 GMT, as a 7.0 magnitude.
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