Haitians in the capital, Port-au-Prince, were reeling from the devastating earthquake that struck early Sunday morning.
While the damage is still being assessed, one local, Alain Boulot, told ABC News that he believes that a small earthquake has occurred in the city.
He said he saw three separate tremor lines in the area of the Haitian capital.
Boulots wife, Renee, said she woke up to a loud boom.
“It shook my whole house.
It was scary,” Boulotte told ABC.
“We were all scared.
We could not believe it.”
Boulottes wife was one of those who went to work on Monday.
“I am very scared for my life,” she told ABC affiliate VOA.
“The buildings were on fire.
People were crying, people were in tears, everyone was in shock.
They are not going to get the chance to come back to normal.”
The earthquake, which struck in the country’s west, left more than 600 dead and injured.
The Associated Press reported that many were in their homes when the tremors hit.
Haiti is in a state of emergency after a devastating earthquake in January 2016 that killed at least 300 people.