A loud explosion was heard by residents at 10:08 PM, with cracks appearing across roads, & homes at 10:20 PM across Pancho Trace.
11:30 PM Update: Though there has been no confirmed eruption at the Piparo Mud Volcano, there are cracks on the roadway, one home has been damaged due to property cracks, a landslip, and a high sulphur smell according to MP Barry Padarath. He also added, there are no ongoing evacuations but residents are on standby.
Courtesy of Trinidad and Tobago Weather Center
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