On Thursday, a 6.3 magnitude earthquake shook the southern region of Peru, according to the US Geological Survey, Sputnik reported.
The earthquake, originally reported as a 6.2 magnitude quake, has since been upgraded to a 6.3.
The quake originated roughly 19.9 miles beneath sea level, approximately 28 miles outside the town of Juliaca. Officials have said that the earthquake struck around 2:40 pm Pacific Standard Time.
At this time, officials have not issued a tsunami warning.