At least two people were killed and homes were damaged after a pair of earthquakes struck Haiti on Monday morning. The tremors struck the southern Peninsula of the country. The main earthquake struck at 8:16 a.m. local time and was given a preliminary rating of 5.3 on the richer scale, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. The largest aftershock came about an hour later and was rated 5.1 on the richer scale.The earthquakes struck days after the anniversary of the 2010 disaster that left more than a quarter of a million people dead.Residents reportedly ran into the streets as the shaking began, and schools were closed for the rest of the day as a precaution, according to the Associated Press.One of the victims died in a landslide at a salt mine, Yves Bossé, an elected official for the southern department of Nippes, told the AP. He added that many businesses closed for the day following the temblors.”People are scared to go back into their homes,” Bossé also told the AP.Two others were injured and at least 35 homes were damaged in the quakes, the AP reported, citing Haiti’s civil protection agency.The earthquake struck just 12 days after the nation marked the 12-year anniversary of a magnitude-7 earthquake that struck Haiti, killing more than 200,000 people.Source: Associated Press.