Hundreds of people reporting earthquake across the US from New York, Ohio, Missouri

Several earthquakes have struck the eastern U.S. and Canada in recent days; each dot within concentric colored circles represents the epicenter of each measured quake. The dark marks on the map reflect population centers, with darker shades illustrating greater population. Image: USGS

Mathew 24:7 For nation will rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom, and there will be famines and earthquakes in various places.

Important Takeaways:

  • Multiple Earthquakes Strike Eastern U.S. in Recent Days, Missouri to New Jersey, New York to Ohio Rattled
  • It’s been seismically active in the eastern half of the United States in recent days, with two earthquakes hitting New York, one in Ohio, one in Arkansas, and two in Tennessee.
  • Even Canada got into the action, with an earthquake hitting in Ontario province north and west over the border from New York state’s latest quake.
  • A large population has been rattled by these quakes, with hundreds of reports coming into USGS from people feeling shaking in Missouri, Arkansas, Tennessee, Ohio, New York, Connecticut, and New Jersey.
  • Hundreds of people used the USGS website and their “Did you feel it?” web reporting tool to report shaking they felt the early morning earthquake that struck the Hastings-on-Hudson area of New York, just outside of New York City and across the Hudson River from New Jersey.
  • According to USGS, a magnitude 2.6 earthquake struck outside of Toledo in northwestern Ohio at 8:17 pm. The Friday evening earthquake generated dozens of reports to USGS’s website and the “Did you feel it?” reporting tool they feature on it. Shaking was felt throughout the Toledo area as well as Perrysburg and Bowling Green, Ohio.

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