The tremor was very strong. The whole house was moving. I have never felt anything like this in TO. Ya, we've had minor shakes before but this one was wild. Couldn't mistake this for passing trucks. I live on a main street so I know what you mean.<br><br><br><br>
Times says it measured 5.1. Suprized I didn't feel it, but it was well north of Manhattan. Last time I felt a real shake was back in '65. Living in Seattle (Mercer Island, actually) at that time and about to move back to Boston. I had just come home from high school. House was all packed (we were moving the next day). All of a sudden my dog starts barking, and the next thing I know, the kitchen floor just ripples like a boat wake and I'm knocked off my feet. Cabinet doors swinging and banging... scariest 13 sec of my life! It was an aftershock from the Alaskan quake several years earlier — and a good 7-point shake!<br><br>I don 't need no steenkin' earthquakes, thankyouverymuch.<br><br>
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