A 6.8 magnitude earthquake struck early Saturday Morning 66 miles from Coquimbo, Chile. It follows a much larger 8.3 magnitude and tsunami in the same region in this past September. There were no immediate reports of damage or injuries this time. Nor were tsunami warnings issued. This is another Ring of Fire event. For more information, check the link to EarthSky.
Update: Also, here is short, very good summary of the real risks of Earthquakes, written by a licensed structural engineer, Amy Mills, who lives in Southern California.
Map courtesy of USGS. Thanks to EarthSky.