A solid quake measuring magnitude 6.0 struck west of Ecuador, the US Geological Survey (USGS) said Saturday.
The shallow quake was enlisted at 22:29 GMT, the office said. The epicenter lied right around 20 miles northwest from the coastal city of Bahia at a profundity of 6.2 miles.
There were no reports of harm or losses.
In April 2016, Ecuador was hit by a 7.8-magnitude earthquake that slaughtered many individuals, harming more than 12,000 and causing genuine harm along the nation’s Pacific drift.