Quake rattles nerves but little else

Charlene Craig
April 21, 2018

Detroit experienced a 3.6-magnitude quake Thursday night that rattled the nerves of many in the Motor City, but apparently caused little to no damage, the Detroit Free Press reported.

The United States Geological Survey says there was a magnitude 3.6 natural disaster with an epicenter near Amherstburg, Ontario.

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Ruff said the quake was unusual, and at this time, he couldn't say for certain that it was a natural quake.

The quake was quite small it seems, only 3.6 magnitude, and no one has reported any injures or serious damage to buildings luckily.

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People who felt earth move swiftly took to Facebook and Twitter to share their experiences.

The event happened at about 8:01 p.m. Thursday, leaving many residents in SE Michigan wondering what happened. We'd like to hear from you about this or any other stories you think we should know about.

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