Kingston in 1907, showing destroyed buildings. Source
On the 14th of January, 1907 an earthquake struck Kingston, the capital city of Jamaica.
Hitting at 3:30pm and measuring 6.5 on the moment magnitude scale, the earthquake killed between eight-hundred and a thousand people and flattened 85% of the buildings in the area.
Following the earthquake a fire broke out, causing more damage. A tsunami hit soon afterwards, flooding the lower parts of town.