February 9, 2013. Earthquake magnitude 7 occurred on Saturday, February 9, in the south Colombia. As reported by Agence France-Presse, citing local authorities, at least eight people were injured.
Damaged more than 140 buildings. In a number of high-rise buildings were evacuated.
The tremors were felt in the territory of the Colombian capital of Bogota to Quito, capital of Ecuador.
Hypocenter of the earthquake was recorded at a depth of 129 kilometers at 11 kilometers to the southwest of the Colombian city of Pasto with a population of 400,000 inhabitants, which is located at the foot of the Galeras volcano.
The Pacific Tsunami Warning Center, located Hawaii, said that there is no threat of a tsunami.