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A 4.6 magnitude earthquake rattled beneath the Gulf of Mexico on Sunday afternoon approximately 160 miles to the southeast of New Orleans, Louisiana. That’s according to data complied from the United States Geologic Survey and National Weather Service.

Despite the underwater quake, there is absolutely no risk of a tsunami anywhere as a result of it.

The Weather Chanel described the event as “rare.” They report:

A rare magnitude 4.5 earthquake struck in the Gulf of Mexico about 160 miles southeast of New Orleans.

No damage or injuries have been reported.

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