#4251 - 04/20/0202:03 PMRe: NY earthquake 5.1
Nah, I am about 3000 miles from NY in California. A 5.1 is a non-event for us Californians. Unusual though for the East Coast to have an earthquake, which is why I made the post. I used to live in NY and can't ever recall feeling one there.<br><br>
We felt the quake fairly strong here in southern Ontario. We have had tiny quakes before but this is the strongest I have ever felt here. Everything was shaking and the house was moving. We're not used to these things here so it was kinda scary.<br><br><br><br>
It's gotta be a 7.0 or better to rattle me. Depends of course how close you are to the epicenter, then even a 6.0 can shake you quite violently if you are say within 20 miles of it. The NY one was centered near Plattsburg, NY....what's that the northern part of Lake Champlain? Well almost up on the St. Lawrence River then.<br><br>
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