(Barranca, Peru) -- A seven-point-five earthquake has hit northern Peru.
The U.S. Geological Survey reports the quake hit early Sunday, with the quake's depth around 60-miles down. It struck around 25-miles from Barranca, a central coastal town on the Pacific Ocean north of capital city, Lima. The temblor was also felt in Lima.
No tsunami warning has been issued and so far, there are no reports of damages or injuries.