Earthquake Rattles Parts Of Ohio - Scott Talks with USGS NEIC

Around 10:50am Monday, the United States Geological Survey reported a 4.2-magnitude earthquake northeast of Cleveland, about 3.1 miles below the surface of Lake Erie. No damage was reported.

More than 200 earthquakes with at least a 2.0-magnitude or greater have been recorded in the state since 1776. Northwest Ohio may feel occasional seismic activity as part of the New Madrid Fault zone.

The Scott Sands Show spoke with geophysicist Don Blakeman from the USGS National Earthquake Information Center about today's shakes -- click here to listen with our free iHeartRadio app.

 
 
 
 
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