Terrified Shoppers Flee as Earthquake Rocks Trinidad Store

An earthquake of 7.3 magnitude which struck Venezuela on Tuesday, August 21, caused tremors in neighboring Trinidad and Tobago, Grenada, Guyana.

This video shows terrified shoppers fleeing a store in the town of Westmoorings, Trinidad.

The aftershocks left the towns of Arima and Carenage without electricity, according to Trinidad and Tobago Newsday.

No fatalities were reported but the earthquake damaged buildings and property, CTVTT.com reported.

The impact of the quake which struck off the coastline of the northeastern Venezuelan province of Sucre was reported to have been felt as far away as the Colombian capital Bogota and Manaus, Brazil. Credit: Kazim Daniel via Storyful