At 13:47 local time on December 6, according to the National Seismological Center of Chile, a 6.1 magnitude earthquake occurred in northern Chile. The focal point is 20.358 degrees south latitude, 69.070 degrees west longitude, and the focal depth is 108.1 kilometers.
At present, no casualties and property losses have been reported. The Chilean Navy Hydrological and Marine Service said that the earthquake was not enough to trigger a tsunami off the coast of Chile. Chile is located in the Pacific Rim seismic belt, with frequent earthquakes.