A 7.6-magnitude earthquake struck off the Costa Rican coast on Wednesday morning, rattling buildings and downing some power lines in the capital of San Jose some 95 miles away. Much of the Caribbean was reportedly initially put on tsunami watch, though that alert was quickly revoked for much of the region.
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