Quake shakes Chilean capital Santiago
The tremor, with a magnitude of around 5.5, struck 33km (21 miles) north of the city, the U.S. Geological Survey said.
Residents said they felt a strong shock at around 3.15 a.m. (0715 GMT). "Lots of shaking! Slight at first, one big shake, then continued for about 30 seconds," wrote one on the European-Mediterranean Seismological Centre's website.
"Woke me up, lots of shaking. Set off car alarms," wrote another.
Chile's emergency service Onemi said it received no reports of damage to services or infrastructure and the Chilean navy said it was not expecting a tsunami. ■